The War On Drugs - Bill Hicks - Dangerous (CD)

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Label: Invasion Recordings - none • Format: CD • Country: UK • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Comedy


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  1. The War On Drugs 4. I Love My Job 5. Please Do Not Disturb 6. Flying Saucer Tour 7. We Live In A World 8. Burning Issues 9. My Parents The Vision Green Jewel Case Barcode and Other Identifiers Bill Hicks: Dangerous ‎ (CD) Invasion Recordings: INV US: /5(38).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dangerous on Discogs. Label: Rykodisc - rcd • Format: CD Album • Genre: Stage & Screen • Bill Hicks - Dangerous (, CD.
  3. Dangerous is the first release from, and a great introduction to, the comedy of Bill Hicks. The routine is shorter and cleaner (but not that clean, mind you) than most of his performances available on CD. It is recorded over the course of two nights at Carolinas in New /5(29).
  4. The War on Drugs Bill Hicks. Album Dangerous. The War on Drugs Lyrics. I don't do drugs anymore. [laughs] Haven't had a drug today. Oh God, I used to do lots of drugs. I'm not ashamed of it.
  5. Bill Hicks - Dangerous music CD album at CD Universe, Here's the album that introduced so many to the confrontational, confessional comedic attack of Bill Hicks.
  6. Dangerous Bill Hicks Standup Comedy · Preview SONG TIME Modern Bummer. 1. PREVIEW Smoking. 2. PREVIEW The War on Drugs. 3. PREVIEW I Love My Job. 4. PREVIEW Please Do Not Disturb. 5.
  7. On his first CD release from , Dangerous, Hicks unleashes on the audience his thoughts about homelessness ("Modern Bummer"), smoking ("Smoking"), drugs ("The War on Drugs"), the state of rock & roll ("We Live in a World "), and the decline of intellectualism ("Flying Saucer Tour") in 9/
  8. Dangerous is the first live CD album released by stand-up comedian and satirist Bill Hicks in , on New York-based Invasion Records. The album was recorded over two nights at Caroline's in New York City. Nearly all of this material was previously performed in Hicks' Sane Man special in The album sold about 5, units.
  9. Go home tonight. Take all your albums, all your tapes and all your CDs and burn them. 'Cause you know what, the musicians that made all that great music that's enhanced your lives throughout the years were rrreal fucking high on drugs. The Beatles were so fucking high they let Ringo sing a few tunes.” ― Bill Hicks.

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