Sure he's misogynistic and vulgar, but Andrew Dice Clay
does have his humorous moments. However, he's not double-CD funny. This release, "produced" by Rick Rubin
, was recorded over two nights at Dangerfield's in NYC. An edited Day the Laughter Died
would have probably been a great single CD, but alas, the listener has to suffer through unfunny filler (presumably for the sake of continuity). For example, all that is heard for the first 55 seconds on the opening track is Dice
breathing and making other noises. As usual with most of his productions, Rubin uses no reverb, and unfortunately, no editing.