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  • Audio CD (October 3, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued
  • Label: Spitfire
  • ASIN: B00004YX2Z
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #837,380 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Superstitious
2. Black Rain
3. Right By Your Side
4. These Days
5. Master Of Pain
6. Innocence
7. One Step Closer To You
8. Bring It On Home
9. Takin' A Ride
10. The Love Train
11. Mary Anne Lost Her Baby
12. Rock N World
13. Fingertips (Bonus Track)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John Daily on May 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
"This is your lucky day / There's a brand new situation / You're the one that's here to stay." So begins Animals With Human Intelligence, Enuff Z'nuff's third major studio album (their first for Arista). These lyrics demonstrate the faith and confidence the band had in themselves, despite the loss of their drummer Vic Fox to the Vince Neil Band during the recording sessions for Animals.
The first track, "Superstitious", sets the tone for the album by combining a funky, harmonic laden, metal guitar hook with jazz band styled saxophones underneath (they show up again on the angry "Master of Pain"). It's a bit of a surprise after the clean pop rock sound of their previous album Strength. One would expect the band to continue along the same vein. After all, Strength, while not a high selling album, solidified Enuff Z'nuff as a critical success, garnering rave reviews and earning them the status of Rolling Stone magazine's "New Band of the Year" for 1991. Enuff Z'nuff, however, seem to have become the group embodiment of Neil Young, in that they will record what they want, when they want, and hang the critics if they don't like it. As a result, Animals With Human Intelligence is the anti Strength: quick, dirty and filled with attitude, and it works.
Heavy sounds dominate the album. Hard rock pieces are peppered throughout the 12 tracks, ready to slap you back into your seat in case you get carried away by one of Animals' lighter tunes (such as the instant classic "One Step Closer To You"). "Black Rain" is a dark soliloquy with a raw, bluesy guitar and Beatlesque harmonies, and the aforementioned "Master of Pain" has a bass and guitar dual riff that sounds positively sick. This, of course, is a good thing.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 24, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Another winner! This cd has it all-catchy ballads, moody songs, rocking songs, and songs that combine all of the above. If you a glam metal, power-pop, or aor metal fan this is your album!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 16, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of Enuff Z'Nuff since 1989 when their first self-titled album came out. Over the years they have become less and less known to most mainstream music fans. It seems that they have been blacklisted by record companies as being one of the leftover "hair bands" with nothing to offer todays music fan. Any fan of Enuff Z'Nuff knows how wrong this is. [...]
Now to the album itself. If you are a fan of "poppy" hook laden songs then this is the album for you. Enuff Z'Nuff are just the right combination of The Beatles, Cheap Trick, and Elvis Costello with a little bit of Eddie Van Halen thrown in for good measure.
Songs such as "These Daze" and "One step closer to you" add a carefree, happy element to the album, while songs such as "Mary anne lost her baby" show the serious side of the band. I would put "Innocence" and "Right by your side" up against any power ballad ever made. The harmonies between lead singer Donnie Vie and Bass player Chip Z'Nuff are rivaled only by John and Paul.
The sad thing about this album is that you can no longer buy it in a regular store, as it is out of print. This album deserved much more of a chance then it was given. Not only do i think this is a great album, but i would say it's one of the best i've ever heard. Long live Enuff Z'Nuff! --RussJr74
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jared Jennings on January 10, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I owned this a few years back. lost it or something. after a while I was thinking of the songs way too much to not get this again! there are some stellar songs on this. if fact, this album, along with "strength" by enuff z' nuff, taken together with the weaker songs removed, makes the case for them being one of the best rock/power pop/hair metal bands. they stand above being just a hair metal band, as the songwriting is so strong, the melodies so solid, these are songs you will enjoy for life. a truly talented band, with a great dreamy sound that just a few harder bands were doing, so that also puts them in a league of their own as well. I love the vocals, kind of like a gruffy don henley. note perfect, but gruffy and unique. derek frigo was an amazing guitarist whose work will be eternally enjoyed. their amg (allmusic guide) bio says it well that they were advertised as a hair metal band, but were really power pop and doing something on a different level. this album falls just below strength, but the best songs on this album are must haves for fans of melodic hard rock.
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Darling of the critics, commercially underperforming Beatles fans Enuff Z' Nuff sallied forth in 1993 with this gently crafted gem of polite rock. The original cover was very much 'happy hair metal', the rear cover art was dodgy as and the title is an exercise in desperately trying to sound quirky. But these bad first impressions are unfortunate because if you are a bit of a fan of power-pop this is a very good album to grab.

Effectively the band enjoy melody and groove. They enjoy simply crafted and exceedingly polite rock songs that for the most part wouldn't disturb the most puritanical pew urchin and its this very innocence of intent and method of operation that is simultaneously the strong and the weak point of the band. A little more kill factor couldn't have hurt, even if only for the odd song planned as a single. But the very steadiness of hand here is impressive - hardly a ball drop on the whole album though the track Innocence is pretty painful. Within their remit the band do a mix things up a bit. Bring It On Home has a twang to it, the G rated fun of the lyrics of These Daze is anaemic but also sure to bring a wry smile to your teary eye and the whole thing is aided in connectivity by the uncomplicated knob-job that allows space in the arrangements and sound.

For fans of this band this is a no-brainer. But then, you probably already own it. A low four stars in all honesty but it is all just so lovingly crafted and interwoven it is eminently serviceable.
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