Harmful If Swallowed

Harmful If Swallowed is the first CD/DVD set from American comedian Dane Cook. It was released on July 22, 2003.

Harmful If Swallowed
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Live album by
ReleasedJuly 22, 2003
RecordedThe Laff Stop,
Houston, Texas, 2002
GenreComedy
Length58:27
LabelComedy Central Records
ProducerBrian Volk-Weiss
Dane Cook
Jack Vaughn
Barry Katz
Dane Cook chronology
Harmful If Swallowed
(2003)
Retaliation
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3/5 stars[1]

The attached DVD contains Dane's appearances on Comedy Central Presents (both the edited-for-television and unedited hour-long versions), Comics Come Home 5, and Premium Blend. As of 2014, sales in the United States have exceeded 1,404,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.[2]

Original versionEdit

Before this version produced by Comedy Central Records came out, there was a different version of this album that was independently produced by Cook himself that contained a track lampooning Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter. This track was removed for the "official" CD / DVD release. To fill the gap of the missing track, the bonus track was added in this cut of the album.

The original release contained almost entirely different artwork and liner notes.

Track listingEdit

  1. Intro – 0:46
  2. Parking Structure – 1:28
  3. Umm, Helllllo? – 3:50
  4. Car Accident – 2:43
  5. Tire in the Face – 2:07
  6. Would You Rather... – 6:03
  7. Fireman & Policeman & Miniature Golf Course Security Guard – 2:07
  8. The BK Lounge – 3:29
  9. Pregnant Lady – 1:48
  10. Five Sisters – 0:58
  11. Slip 'n' Bleed – 0:59 – referencing Slip 'N Slide
  12. Speak 'n' Spell – 1:03
  13. Operation – Monopoly – 2:16
  14. Don't Tickle Me – 0:48
  15. Bathroom – 2:24
  16. Pranks – 1:48
  17. Fuk and the Finga – 1:44
  18. Just Wanna Dance – 4:18
  19. Head – 2:34
  20. Nightmare – 3:05
  21. Hopped Up on the Q – 1:12
  22. Not So Kool-Aid – 1:28
  23. Pick a Number Please! – 1:44
  24. Bonus Track – 7:36

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Comedy wins none of the 2014 Billboard Music Awards but all of the focus of this week's magazine issue | The Comic's Comic".