Harmful If Swallowed is provocative and enduringly popular comedian Dane Cook's very first comedy album, recorded live in 2002 at the Laff Stop in Houston, Texas. With his trademark brash delivery, Cook's varied material is still fresh today, including jokes about bad drivers, terrible public restrooms, his compulsive swearing, the ridiculousness of death by bees, and how, as a child, he was terrified by the Kool-Aid Man. Crass, self-reflective, and ultimately hilarious, listeners will revel in this live comedy experience.
Track 1: Intro
Track 2: Parking Structure
Track 3: Umm, Helllllo?
Track 4: Car Accident
Track 5: Tire in the Face
Track 6: Would You Rather...
Track 7: Fireman & Policeman & Miniature Golf Course Security Guard
Track 8: The BK Lounge
Track 9: Pregnant Lady
Track 10: Five Sisters
Track 11: Slip 'n' Bleed
Track 12: Speak 'n' Spell
Track 13: Operation-Monopoly
Track 14: Don't Tickle Me
Track 15: Bathroom
Track 16: Pranks
Track 17: Fuk and the Finga
Track 18: Just Wanna Dance
Track 19: Head
Track 20: Nightmare
Track 21: Hopped Up on the Q
Track 22: Not So Kool-Aid
Track 23: Pick a Number Please!
Track 24: Bonus Track!
ADVISORY: Contains Adult Content.
© and (P)2003 Comedy Central Records
"He's shocking, sometimes gross, sometimes cocky to a fault, but he's incredibly brilliant and takes observational humor in a vicious, cathartic direction that few comedians have attempted." (David Jeffries, All Music Guide)
I love his delivery of jokes
Absolutely! I love the his humor
I think they are all equally hilarious
Literary graduate and published columnist turned glorified grease monkey.
Dane Cook is one funny SOB!!
He has got some great material and he delivers it with skill. Non-stop laughs, all the way through. Everyone can relate. Great stuff! Good recording too.
The recording quality was good - but I just couldn't get into it. I've seen this guy on TV and laughed hard, but only cracked a smile while listening to this. I think there's a lot of physical aspects to his comedy that you miss in an audio recording.
Plenty of people love this guy, though. Most people find this hilarious (especially those in the mid-20-30s range). I think I just don't like comedy, in this format, where you feel the performer is screaming at you the whole time. Distracts from the message. I think that's what attracts the younger set to him - he's so different (aggresive and emotionally charged) than the funny but mild and passive stand-up comedians we heard growing up.
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