No Dice is an album by British rock band Badfinger, issued by Apple Records and released on 9 November 1970. Their second album under the Badfinger name and third album overall, No Dice significantly expanded the British group's popularity, especially abroad. The album included both the hit single "No Matter What" and the song "Without You", which would become one of the most successful compositions of the rock era. This Remastered CD includes five Bonus Tracks, all previously unreleased rare recordings.
A reshuffling of Grillet's Eden and After, the title an anagram of that movie, and the scenes rearranged in a similar random fashion as an experiment to see what new story or structure emerges. A man narrates, throws the dice, and we see the random scenes associated with the throw, mixed with several out-takes from that movie as new details emerge. In particular, scenes of the students in the club are spliced with the hallucinatory and fantasy scenes in Tunisia to draw parellels. That's the theory. In practice, this is a nonsensical movie made even more nonsensical in an exercise of pure whim, experimentation and curiosity.
DICE fans can look forward to six new long tracks that combine with the usual tricky rhythms, catchy melodies and catchy choruses even with the brilliant guitar work from Peter Viertel as trademarks. Saxophonist / flutist Jens Lübeck finished the songs with his imaginative play. On their 17. Band album since founding in 1974, DICE songs flow - DICE songs groove. They again have compositions beyond the 10-minute limit.