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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Christian
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All Artists: One Eighty
Title: Crackerjack
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Bec Recordings / Emd
Original Release Date: 11/3/1998
Release Date: 11/3/1998
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Christian
Style: Ska
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 637761741226

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The most awsome christan group ever by brian buster
(5 out of 5 stars)

"the most amazing group to ever hit the ska-swing scean poped up a few years ago there name one eighty. this cd in piticular cracker jack is awsome because of the combination of the styles in the music they play but my favorite is the female volcales of kim teenenburg and madelyn mendoza. they sing beutifly they also have alot of fast songs for those who like to skank. there new cd lineup comes out sept 14"
Awesome-Original Ska/Punk/Swing/Pop!!!
(5 out of 5 stars)

"One-Eighty are just an awesome band... I bought this CD, thinking "ahh, they'll be something like the Dance Hall Crashers (who are excellent in their own degree)", but 180 has their own style and are a unique and talented band. Although I don't like too many ska bands with female vocals, Madelyn & Kim harmonize together so perfectly that you can't help but sing along. "405", "Sally" & "Just Like You" are some of my favorites, but every track on "Crackerjack" are spunky and worth the low price offers. If you like upbeat and catchy tunes with a twist of awesome lyrics and original vocalists - get this CD!"
In a former life, before "flight"...
C. W. Fitch | Wichita Falls, TX | 06/05/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Here's even more proof that ska will never die; especially as far as Christian music is concerned. It's a great combo, though; happy, upbeat music with an uplifting message, and these guys done the kingdom proud. The swingin' debut from the Artists Formerly Known As One Eighty (now Flight 180) has a lot of great songs. Their ska/punk sound is addictingly ultra-cute (mostly 'cause of the two female lead singers), and the horns complement the crankin' guitars quite well. I've found myself humming a chorus or two now and then on the job and such. This musical journey covers all kinds of territory; subjects like road rage ("405"), growing old together ("When We First Dated"), mental misdirection ("Sally"), and the brevity of worldly pleasures make you want to think as well as sing along. They even do an out-of-nowhere cover of the Go-Go's "Vacation" that's red-hot. Flight 180's sound has matured quite nicely over the few years that they've been together; hopefully Amazon will carry this title again soon to give folks a chance to hear these guys' first effort. If you dig the ska/punk sound, this one's a keeper."