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Bigger & Blacker

4.1 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Clermont Lodge #1 [*][Version]
  2. Black Mall
  3. Crazy White Kids
  4. Monica Interview
  5. Porno Psa
  6. No Sex
  7. Taxes
  8. Savion Glover
  9. Insurance
  10. Clermont Lounge #2
  11. Nerd & Fly Girl
  12. Race
  13. NYPD
  14. Two Women
  15. Table Dance
  16. Snow Flake
  17. Women
  18. Me & ODB


Product Details

  • Audio Cassette (July 13, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music & VI
  • ASIN: B00000JSE2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #457,914 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Again another funny album that skewers all the right people in the tenderest of places.
School shootings, whiny white males, bad rappers, good booty, Hillary, Bill and Monica all get their just desserts from Rock.
About the sound...it's good. It's not the audience bootleg quality that some reviewers would have you believe...
It gives you that small comedy club feel with less of the bombastic audience response from his past album.
The song, No Sex (in the champagne room) really cracks me up.
A good investment if you want to laugh and forget all your troubles for just an hour or so.
Lighten up...the truth tickles.
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By SIK88@aol.com on December 26, 1999
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I thaught that chris rock bigger and blacker was FUNNY!. my favorite tracks are nerd and fly girl, no sex, me and odb and NYPD. The whole cd is hilarious, those songs are just the exeptionally funny ones. BUY IT NOW!
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It's unfair to rechristen Chris Rock as the New Richard Pryor, but if Mr. Richard Pryor has an heir to his throne, it is almost certainly Rock. On his third album (after the good BORN SUSPECT and the excellent ROLL WITH THE NEW), as he did with ROLL, he splits up the stand-up with skits and song parodies.
The stand-up is some of his best. The first two stand-up tracks, "Black Mall" and "Crazy White Kids," are among his greatest hits. Rock takes on such current events as Columbine ("'What music did they listen to?' WHO CARES?! What music did Hitler listen to? What was on his CD player?") and the Lewinski Scandal ("The President is a man, and a man is basically only as faithful as his options.") and talks about such timeless themes as homophobia ("There's no reason to be homophobic. Everyone has at least a gay cousin."), men having affairs ("It's the same two women: The one you love, and the one who loves you. One has the best...the other makes the best pancakes in the world.") and, yes, race ("There ain't a White man in this room who'd trade places with me, and I'm rich!"), sometimes profoundly, sometimes profanely, and always avoiding the cliches and stereotypes on which lesser comics coast. The only problem is the sound quality, which slides in and out, so be prepared to keep your finger on the volume control button.
As far as the skits and songs, Rock is a "Saturday Night Live" alumnus, and while he's one of the best of late, he demonstrates that show's biggest weakness. While the premises of his skits range from amusing to very clever, too many of them go on for far too long. His shorter skits ("ODB - W.O.W.
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I personally feel that this is Rock's second best album, with "Never Scared" being the better. The album doesn't seem worthy of five stars but greater than four. He uses his standard blend of sociopolitical ethnic humor, skits, and generous "insert N-word here" jokes. The 1hr+ record makes for good listening. The Ol' Dirty Bastard interludes went over my head, but Wanda Sykes and Biz Markie made great skits. My favorite tracks are "Crazy White Kids", "Race", "Women", and he waxed philosophical on "No Sex".
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Its no surprise that this album got the 2000 Grammy for best spoken comedy album. Chris Rock is funny! A near-perfect album, with a great balance of skits (Porno PSA, Nerd + Fly Girl), songs (Me and ODB, No Sex), stand-up (Crazy White Kids, Black Mall) and, as always, Dirty (ODB Words of Wisdom, 1, 2, 3). Chris is always showing us something new, fresh and original, always done Rock-style. Whether whining, bitching or whining again, this brother knows what hes talking about, and at the same time, defys the awful stereotype that rich black men are braggers, scrubs and not the same off stage. Keep it up, Chris, and I'll give my yearly $ to you.
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I was VERY disappointed with the CD, I have the DVD and it was hilarious but the CD was from him performing the routine in some club and not in the arena or wherever the DVD was filmed. I wasted $5 but I was able to get the version I wanted from a friend who found it online and downloaded it so I feel better now. I should have sent it back but I was away on travel for a couple weeks and then I didn't think about it until the return date had past. My bad for not checking it out as soon as I returned, a lesson learned on my part. I don't make assumptions about these types of purchases anymore.
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By A Customer on September 15, 1999
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This CD is just a bunch of the same material that is on Born Suspect only with really bad sound quality. It sucks and I want my money back. Really poor quality sound, horrible engineering.
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I guess the only people who like this cd are the ones that haven't heard Roll with the new, that one was excellent. I think this is just a very, very poor makeover (even his first cd was better)!! The same stuff, only a lot worse. Too bad!!
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