|Len You Can't Stop the Bum Rush
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|0.0 ||xfearbefore | October 6th 11|
"Steal My Sunshine" is a slice of absolute pop perfection, tied perfectly into the day and age it was released. Anyone who grew up in the late 90s/early 2000s will remember it fondly forever. The rest of the album? Mediocre really. But man, when you've had a few drinks at the bar and this shit comes on the jukebox, everyone from that generation will flip out every time.
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|3.0 good||TheManMachine | March 13th 15|
Their 'peace, man' positivity 'vibes' can be pukeworthy, the rhymes are stuck usually somewhere around 1987, the maturity level in the vicinity of an 11th grader, chunks of stale live-show hype-up are too often used for filler; but sugar-coated female vox 4e, and I do enjoy their brand of sunny light-heartedness and wide diversity in dispensing it: stoner-chatter-inflected summer wonder single, scratchy hip-hop, video game-ish synth pop jams, Kraftwerk homage, "Hot Rod Monster Jam" (the name fits), play-around punk. They save the big stuff for the last three and muck up most of it - check the delightfully floaty arrangement in - sigh - "Big Meanie", only to hear the lyrics ("It's been so crazy, too bad / And a shame, so sickening and lame / A shitty motherfucking pain"), which is followed by the Moon Safari-quality "Junebug", which makes up for it. Then it all somehow ends with a soul choir.
|5.0 classic||crunksquirrel | December 19th 09|
i've listen'd to these guys since i was really young, its great to get to hear them again.
|4.0 excellent||taroar | July 17th 18|
|2.5 average||Divaman | September 1st 16|
|3.0 good||Wolfe | February 26th 12|
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