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This CD is a must for any fan of music.
I am a huge Matthew Sweet fan, and while I have been especially drawn to Altered Beast and Girlfriend, 100% Fun is his one piece of work to which I constantly return.
Also, one of my favorite songs ever, 'Smog Moon' which is beautifully written and sung to perfection.
A great album. If you like Matthew Sweet's retro rock sound, definitely buy this CD. Not one bad track on it. "Girlfriend" was my favoirte...until this album.Published 16 months ago by Mike O
Add former Television Marquee Moon guitarist Richard Lloyd, ex-Voidoid Blank Generation guitarist Robert Quine with Matthew Sweet and you have classic Classic Rock. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Rocky Raccoon
After Matthew Sweet's breakthrough album girlfriend he followed it up by the equally brilliant, but dark Altered Beast. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Syriat
I am so glad I got this album. It is elemental Matthew Sweet: rapture blended with angst. All across its range of songs, it is genuine rock that approaches opera's depth of... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Brandon Staglin
This is one of my favorite CD's of all time. Matthew Sweet's melodic rock is guaranteed to get your toe tapping!Published 23 months ago by Sheri Spain
This is my favorite Matthew Sweet album! A whole handful of songs from this should have been major hits on the radio & it's a shame they weren't. Read morePublished on June 18, 2012 by Mitchell L. Rollins
. . . this is practically a perfect album, and, to these ears the pinnacle of Matthew Sweet's career. That's right - better than "Girlfriend. Read morePublished on December 12, 2011 by Boxodreams
The aptly named 100% Fun delivers the goods: pure pop, pure, guitar-driven fun. "Sick of Myself" gets things off to a wonderful start, but pretty much every tune delivers. Read morePublished on December 22, 2009 by OH Packerfan
Pretty power pop with a few forgettable tracks showcases Sweet's sweet talents of fuzzed auditory confections.