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This isn't the album to buy if you're curious or "sort of" into Andy Dick. You have to be a major fan to sit through all of Do Your Shows Always Suck?, and while it is hilarious in parts, it is woefully sloppy. Being a scatterbrained, raging bisexual who always has one foot in rehab is Dick's shtick, so it would be silly to expect something tidy, but there are and have been plenty of other reckless comedians who packaged their chaos with the audience in mind. They feel spontaneous; this feels unrehearsed as it rambles off in every direction with long stretches between punch lines. The shocking songs with acoustic guitars are the highlights and they appear with greater frequency on the album's superior second half. Sight jokes aren't edited out and Dick isn't that good of an improviser, either, with any interruption from the audience throwing him off, forcing him to use sick-o potty humor to worm his way out of it. Being there is probably a totally different story since Dick's mannerisms and "look" are important to the whole package. Do Your Shows Always Suck? seems completely unaware of this and even the biggest Andy Dick fan would have to admit he could be packaged much better than this.


Nato(a): Charleston, SC

Genere: Commedia

Anni di attività: '00s

Comedian Andy Dick is one of the many actors to experiment with a recording career after their star rises high enough to afford them such side projects. Brashly funny and often utilizing a manic personality to get his humor across, Dick was more often infamous for his legendary heavy partying and drug use before an incident with the law helped him change his habits. Raised in a military family, he knew early on that he was an attention hound and looked to comedy to relieve this feeling. He moved...
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