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Dane Cook's Best

This album is the funniest comedy cd ever. So many funny jokes. 10 stars!! Top 5 Tracks Are: 1. The BK Lounge 2. Bathroom 3. Operation-Monopoly 4. Car Accident 5. Head

This album rocks!

I think anyone would enjoy this album. Its great to listen to in the car after a hard day of work. It will bring up anybodys mood! Dane Cook is brilliantly funny and entertaining. I loved all of the acts, especially Not So Kool-Aid, Five Sisters, and Operation-Monoply!

Dane Cook is not Harmful.

Harmful if Swallowed is the funniest album of all time. Retaliation doesn't stand a chance to beating this in terms of funniness. Not so Kool-Aid, The BK Lounge, Would You Rather, Bathroom, and Nightmare. Modern Classics.


Born: March 18, 1972 in Boston, MA

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A knack for firing off cutting-edge, observational humor at a hyper pace took Dane Cook from small comedy clubs to the forefront of modern-day standup comedy in the 2000s. Born on March 18, 1972, the Boston native spent his teens studying the routines of past and present comics, honing the skills that would eventually help him issue the highest-charting comedy album (2005's Retaliation) in nearly 30 years. In 1998, a somewhat inexperienced Cook attended an open-mike event hosted by David Cross; he...
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