"As the Chilli Peppers have world domination when it comes to FunkPunk it would seem that other soundalikes have failed to contribute music with equal excellence. This is not a problem when it comes to the Infectious Grooves. With stunt guitarists and a bass sound from the deepest bowels of funk, these guys should have found their way to anyones stereo, though sadly, they have been rather overlooked. True to their genre they play an almost rapid crossing between hardrock and funky licks, all with elements of humour lead by their spokesman Sarsippious. This gives the album that is filled to the brim with prestige, an even more likeable atmosphere."
Brent P. Frey | 02/12/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you dig the combination of metal and funk, this cd is for you! A humerous, driving, funky recording! A rare recording where the melding of styles works very well for the most part. Also this recording is better than Groove Family Cyco so buy it first."
Brent P. Frey | 01/10/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"this cd is pretty good. my favorite song is infectoius grooves. if you like dial-7, 2skinnee j's, 311, the urge, and shootyz groove get this cd."
Joseph Bauschek | Greenfield, WI United States | 11/11/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"You take Funk, Blues infuenced metal, and thrash. Mix in Humor and a character known as Sarsippius. You then have this great CD. This album I feel is a groundbreaking CD for groups that need/want to expand the styles of Heavy Metal seen today that you can thrash/Dance to and have fun while also maintaing a dark lyrical content. If you buy/like this disk please spread it word of mouth. I have turned 5-10 freinds on to it and they laugh at most metal. How Limp Bizkit can sell over 2 million units of significant other and this I think wend gold only I will never understand."