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40 Too Long
Andrew Dice Clay
40 Too Long
Genre: Special Interest
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All Artists: Andrew Dice Clay
Title: 40 Too Long
Members Wishing: 5
Total Copies: 0
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
Release Date: 4/14/1992
Genre: Special Interest
Style: Comedy & Spoken Word
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 075992685429

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Dice is going Hollywood and it shows
rjgrib | 06/23/2000
(2 out of 5 stars)

"Success was getting to his head at this point. He actually makes a serious effort at singing two songs at the end of this. I doubled over in pain in embarassment for him at this point. It's clear that his ego outgrew what he actually did best; raunchy nightclub comedy. Lures of Hollywood movies and TV sitcoms which he fell for made a great comedian die a most unflattering death. I gave this two stars for the occassional laugh I got a some bits, but most of them are tired and drawn out way too long. My guess is he made this CD so he could buy himself a limo for tooting around Hollywood in. It's a real shame Dice left his roots."
Another great Dice album
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This one is really good. It is actually as listener friendly as Dice got (though the material is still extremely crude) because his lampooning of everyday shopping at the begining could make anyone laugh. The title bit is very funny and the rest of the record is quite funny. It falls apart a little at the end and the songs don't help but overall the CD is great."
Very good, but he's beginning to recycle old jokes
Tatyana M Logan | Winchester, Virginia United States | 09/22/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This show was recorded around 1993. At this point Dice's act has basically remained the same, and many of his jokes are ones we've heard before. Dice does hit in several places, however. The bit with the Oriental salesman and the bathroom left me roaring with laughter. This album would have been perfect without the old rehash and the laughable songs that Dice closes with. But overall, this album would be considered a career milestone if it had been released by Dennis Leary, Dennis Miller, Sam Kinnison, or Chris Rock."