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The latter half of the '90s saw a spate of movies and albums that seemed to make the world safe once again for crude, juvenile humor. Some were actually very good There's Something About Mary, for instance , some were witless, and many were quite popular. So what better time for Andrew Dice Clay -- who attempted to clean up his image for a short-lived sitcom, insisting that the Diceman was just a character -- to resurrect his standup recording career with the crude, callous character that brought him so much notoriety at the start of the '90s? As Clay himself puts it on his comeback album, "Ever since we passed the new millennium Instead, though, the guest rap artist is Snoop Dogg , who appears on the album-closing musical skit "Club Many of Clay 's fans have long maintained that his material is just dumb fun -- not intended to be taken or thought about seriously -- and shrug off any criticism as uptight political correctness. But usually, that view goes hand in hand with an assumption that being "politically incorrect" a phrase that's come to signal the same predictability as the similarly overused one it's reacting against automatically makes for daring, rebellious comedy. To be fair, even if you're open to blue humor but can't stomach Clay 's act, there will still be a few funny moments scattered over the course of the record. But there's still such a heavy reliance on naughty language i. The bottom line is that it's the same old story -- Clay 's old fans will be happy to have him back, and Face Down, Ass Up may even win him a few new fans who missed him the first time around.
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