Broken Rules (LP, Album).
Dice Rules is a comedy double album by comedian Andrew Dice Clay, which was released in 1991. It was released on record producer Rick Rubin's record label Def American and subsequently re-issued on Warner Bros.
Roll the Dice are back with a new full length album, ‘Born to Ruin’. The Swedish duo, which consists of Malcolm Pardon and Peder Mannerfelt, are established musicians in their own right. Pardon’s background producing scores for film and television is reflected in Roll The Dice’s cinematic aesthetic.
On Black Dice’s fifth studio release, Broken Ear Record the trio ignores this combining genres of music that have absolutely no relation to one another. Think about drinking soda with cake, or running sprints with a thick wool sweatshirt. Black Dice create noises that would normally make a listener cringe however Broken Ear Record actually possesses a strange yet rewarding sound. Broken Ear Record is filled with looped drumbeats, psychedelic keyboard squirts, tribal rhythms, and spastic melodies
This song is by Tom Dice and appears on the album Teardrops (2010). You and I are over," that's what you told meI can't accept this, I'm caught in lonelinessThe teardrops fall off my faceOh girl this was unexpected, our love disconnected. Now don't leave me standing here'Cause baby I'm broken, brokenI can't believe this is over, overTell me, tell me what life is worth without you.
Broken Dice, Buford, Georgia. Broken Dice is a tabletop game publishing company. The playtest will feature a condensed version of the rules, a 2-3 hour story adventure, 4 pre-generated characters, and a host of NPCs and creatures. We need to know how easy/difficult it is to read and comprehend the rules, and how engaging/confusing the story and background information is. Participants will have 7 days to read over everything and give us their feedback. You don't actually have to playtest the game, we just want to know how a person feels when they read the rules and scenario without us there to explain everything.