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Rant in E-Minor - Bill Hicks
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  1. Bill Takes Stage
  2. Fevered Egos
  3. Dance Clubs
  4. Homosexuality
  5. People Suck
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  1. Bill Takes Stage
  2. Fevered Egos
  3. Dance Clubs
  4. Homosexuality
  5. People Suck
  6. Pro-Lifers and Non-Smokers
  7. Started Smoking Again
  8. Hendrix Was an Alien
  9. Let's Do Some Comedy
  10. Keith Richards and the Ledge Beyond the Edge
  11. Hendrix Language
  12. Musicians Who Are Dead
  13. LA City of Hell
  14. I've Smoked a Lot
  15. Australia
  16. Easter
  17. Gideons
  18. Gifts of Forgiveness
  19. Riff on Comedy, Dick Jokes, and Plastic Plants
  20. When Jesus Comes Back
  21. Confession Time (Cops)
  22. Wax Dart
  23. I'm Talking to the Women Here
  24. Pussywhipped Satan
  25. Rebirthing
  26. Rush Limbaugh
  27. Glass of Water
  28. Waco Koresh
  29. One of the Boys (Clinton)
  30. The Elite
  31. Car Bombs and Cowards
  32. Time to Evolve (More Dick Jokes Are Coming)
  33. Deficit Jesse Helms
  34. Alcohol Kills/Pot Is Better/A Job Has Been Created
  35. A Better World (Are You Cool With That?)
  36. Everything They Tell You About Pot Is a Lie (Play the Sitar)
  37. Sacrifices
  38. Carrot Top and Gallagher
  39. Artistic Roll Call
  40. Save Willie
  41. Can't Breathe Out of My Right Lung
  42. Bradley Tanks Knocking Down Catholic Churches
  43. The Pope
  44. Childbirth Is Not a Miracle
  45. People Who Hate People
  46. Philosophical Discussion With a Christian
  47. Childbirth Is Not Natural (Back to the Garden)
  48. It's Women (Women)
  49. Guys Don't Want Children
  50. Your Children Are Not Special (Grey Gym Sock)
  51. Welcome to Comedy
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Rant in E-Minor is the comedy equivalent of an Ingmar Bergman film. This posthumously released CD is so brutal, bitter, pessimistic, and honest that it is a very difficult task indeed to listen to it. Recorded most likely while he was going through chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer in 1993, Bill Hicks must have sensed the end was near for him. Like John Coltrane's wailing saxophone on "Interstellar Space," Rant in E-Minor seems to exorcise the burden of life from Hicks' body, while simultaneously reaching a level of ...

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Rant in E-Minor 2016, New Wave Dynamics

UPC: 705438050022

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