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Sue B. from ALEXANDRIA, VA
Reviewed on 8/21/2012...
This group is a fabulous combination of frivolity and harmony. Appeals to my sense of humor as well as my love of good music. This is one of the albums I'd take if I were stranded on a desert island with limited music choices. The songs are in my head much of the time. Thanks to my daughter for introducing me to this group that she saw in college.
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Great album . . . and unexpectedly relevant
Quinn's Mom | Wisconsin | 05/11/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The rest of the reviews have captured the spirit of the band very well and i will not attempt to explain who MF are or why they are a band worth owning.
I came here to write a review of a song that's all too relevant to today's world. The final track on the album (Gulf War Song) is most unfortunately, as relevant today as it was 15 years ago when it was first written, and that's kind of depressing. It popped up while listening to music at work today and i had to stop and hear the whole song through 3 or 4 times.
"Fighters for Texaco
Fighters for Power
Fighters for longer turns in the shower"
Fruvous has always had an amazing way with words. The song FLY is a great example of this. I'm sure Moxy had hoped that Gulf War Song would be a reaction and possibly an postlog to a short, somewhat contraversial military conflict in the early 90's. They could never imagine that it would become even more relevant over a decade later, and stay that way (seemingly) indefinitely.
I'm monumentally suprised this hasn't become a more popular song in light of recent events. Even if you can't afford the album, go buy the song somewhere. If you're lucky, it won't make you cry."
T. Ahola | Redford, Mi. USA | 01/23/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is the best Moxy Fruvous CD. I love the wide range of sound and style used. It probably doesn't help that this was the disk I was inducted into the Moxy ways. Pick it up, you wont put it down."