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Chipmunks In Low Places
The Chipmunks
Chipmunks In Low Places
Genres: Country, Special Interest, Pop, Children's Music
 
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Chipmunks In Low Places

      
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All Artists: The Chipmunks
Title: Chipmunks In Low Places
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Chipmunk Records
Original Release Date: 9/29/1992
Release Date: 9/29/1992
Genres: Country, Special Interest, Pop, Children's Music
Styles: Comedy & Spoken Word, Sing-A-Longs
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 074645300627, 074645291642, 074645300641

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Chipmunks In Low Places

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Reviewed on 8/9/2006...
Fun for kids.

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I bought this out of curiosity
Peter Durward Harris | Leicester England | 03/10/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"And it was much better than I expected. The Chipmunks are not the kind of act I would listen to very often but they make a change from conventional singers. Originally, I steered well clear of their music but they turned up as guests on (for example) Christmas albums by Alan Jackson and Jaci Velasquez so I got used to them that way. There are some good original songs together with some entertaining covers, sometimes featuring the original singer.

Guests featured on their own songs are Billy Ray Cyrus (Achy breaky heart), Aaron Tippin (There ain't nothing wrong with the radio), Tammy Wynette (Stand by your man), Alan Jackson (Don't rock the jukebox) and Waylon Jennings (Outlaws - my favorite track here). Charlie Daniels also puts in a guest appearance, but on an original song - Brothers and old boots. There are two covers of Mary Chapin Carpenter songs - Down at the Twist and Shout and I feel lucky - but Mary does not put in a guest appearance.

The other three songs are all originals without guests. Country pride is one of those name-dropping songs paying homage to country singers old and new. Gotta believe in pumpkins at first appears to be a piece of nonsense, but it has a serious message about faith and hope. I ain't no dang cartoon appears to be autobiographical.

If you have not heard the Chipmunks, I recommend that you hear some of their music before considering buying any of their music. If you enjoy their other music, your enjoyment of this album will depend on whether you like country music or not."
Chipmunks' "Low Places" a lowlight
Benjamin J. Curnett | 03/28/2000
(2 out of 5 stars)

"In a career otherwise noted for groundbreaking entertainment and stunning successes, the Chipmunks' "Low Places" falls remarkably short of the power and feeling we have all come to expect from Alvin, Simon, and Theodore. The humble beginnings that brought them together for early albums like "Chipmunk in MoTown" and other widely considered classics are utterly absent from this slapshod effort, an obvious attempt to "cash in" on the country craze. The lack of ambition leaves most of these tracks sounding drearily pieced together, and the rumors of in-fighting between the band are appearent, especially in the last four tracks, on which all of the instruments and vocals Simon reportedly did by himself."