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This recording is really important because it shows how daring and amazing Bill was when challenged with an audience who didn't get it, or better, didn't like it.

The Rant extended release fell really flat for me cause he was on home turf, didn't really have anyone to rage at, it's a very reserved performance, hardly the tone of the original rant release. Also, there was literally nothing new worth exploring, whereas THIS recording has tons of different stuff and variations as you hear him working so hard he must've been sweating blood to make the audience laugh.
25 years later I'm still laughing.


The fact this album is the least ordered is amazing to me. As a comic, myself. His ability to persist through a crowd that doesn't get him and still make them laugh was incredible. He was a gift that left too soon \m/


Born: December 16, 1961 in Valdosta, GA

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Bill Hicks was the last great social satirist, the true descendent of comedians like Lenny Bruce, Richard Pryor, and Mort Sahl. The self-described "Prince of Darkness," his work confronted the hypocrisies of late-20th century American life, divining comedy from the more evil impulses of the government and the mass media while assaulting the soullessness of mainstream culture. An alcoholic, coke addict, and chain smoker, Hicks also experimented heavily with hallucinogenics, and his monologues addressed...
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