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Talking with Bowling for Soup singer Jaret Reddick, you may not immediately get the sense that this affable, down-to-earth Texan fronts a Grammy- and Emmy-nominated pop/punk band with over a million album sales to their credit. “If you compare our first album to our 10th one, you could be like, ‘Let’s see… Well, their voices finally changed, and they got a lot better ... Read more in Amazon's Bowling for Soup Store

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  • Audio CD (August 20, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Jive
  • ASIN: B000069RL3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,134 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Don't Wanna Rock
2. Emily
3. Girl All The Bad Guys Want
4. On And On (About You)
5. Surf Colorado
6. Life After Lisa
7. Where To Begin
8. The Last Rock Show
9. Self-Centered
10. The Hard Way
11. Out The Window
12. Cold Shower Tuesdays
13. Running From Your Dad
14. Scaring Myself
15. She's Got A Boyfriend Now
16. Greatest Day (Bonus Track 1)
17. Silent
18. Silent
19. Silent
20. Silent
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Bowling For Soup ~ Drunk Enough To Dance

Customer Reviews

Bowling For Soup rocks!!!
Rebecca
Self-Centered - catchy and funny lyrics, very good vocal melody.
"billybob002k"
All of the songs on this CD are really great, and very catchy.
Mehgan

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57 of 62 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 8, 2003
Format: Audio CD
BFS is another pop-punk band, but dont dismiss them right away. You will be tempted to think all songs sound the same, which is close to the truth, but the lyrics, and the way they are sung makes each song unique. They all have good hooks that push them over the top, making this a solid cd by an exscellent band.
1. I Don't Wanna Rock - not one of the best, it is still kinda catchy though, and shows their good musicianship. 3/5
2. Emily - this isnt very special at first listen, but the verses are delivered well as are the choruses. It takes a few listens. This is their 2nd andmost recent single, and the video rocks, check it out. 5/5
3. Girl All the Bad Guys Want - the first single, great tune, great instruments, probably the first one that you get into. the first listen should capture you. 5/5
4. On and On (About You) - kinda cool, but doesnt compare to the better ones. the chorus can be kinda boring. in the end the singer sings in spanish and does it well. 3/5
5. Surf Colorado - again your basic punk-pop, though it is still kinda catchy there are way better tunes. you will probably skip this one over, but oh well. 2/5.
6. Life After Lisa - what a great song, the second one i really got into. such great lyrics, and the chorus will pull u in. 5/5
7. Where to Begin - this is the only song that is really meant to be a ballad but it still is punky and poppy. i dont like it as much as some others, and 5 minutes is way too long.
8. Last Rock Show - i love this song. only 1:28, but it starts of with a bang, when the singer goes "yeahhhhhhh" in his funny voice and i love that part, it just rocks on form there. 5/5.
9. Self-Centered - catchy and funny lyrics, very good vocal melody. 5/5
10. Hard Way - ehhh ok, what else can i say. 3/5.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Big E on August 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Strait outta Texas comes the second major lable release from Bowling For soup and it ROCKS! Power-pop,Emo,Pop-punk call it what you will this is just a perfect rock and roll record. This is the first release of all new songs in a long time for the old BFS fans, and it won't dissapoint you. For new listeners you should pick this up and use it as a menu for the dinning you will experince at one of the most entertaining live shows you will ever see! Massive radio air play of the first single "Girl all the bad guys want" may have gotten your taste buds going for this CD and its attention is well deserved. "Girl all the bad guys want" could very well be the best BFS song ever written. However the fun deosnt stop there! The Cd opens with the very catchy "I dont wanna rock" and moves into my favorite on the CD "Emily". This is an amazing song that the boys have been playing live for a year or so and it sounds great on record. Another strong point would be "Life without Lisa" which is yet another song about the girl that got away and as BFS would put it, "....its not so bad at all". Love lost is the main theme on this record as it has been on past ones. The differnce is they seem to be fine with there lack of achievment in the love department. They have taken a subject that is supposed to be a drag and turned it into sit-com! Songs like "The hard way", "Surf Colorado" and "She's got a Boyfreind" all deal with this subject. The funny lines just keep coming and the music just keeps rocking from start too oops...... not the finish. The last song or "Bonus Track" is an acoustic version of the old BFS hit "Belgium".Read more ›
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M J Heilbron Jr. VINE VOICE on February 10, 2003
Format: Audio CD
What a tasty surprise this turned out to be! I sampled it at a Tower listening station, and took a chance. Upbeat, punky pop, with a generous helping of self-deprecating humor and wit, and you have a combination that can't go un-noticed for too long...
Get ahead of the wave and pick this up...if you at all like "Girl All The Bad Guys Want" (the first single), this is a safe purchase.
For those of you out there with convertibles, this is PERFECT top-down, crank-it-up type of pop rock. It'll just sound better that way...
It's nice to find a new record that you want to go back and listen to songs right away. If you like either Blink 182 or BNL, I'm pretty sure you'll like this. If you like BOTH of them, this is a MUST for ya!
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By B.P. on August 31, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Surprising how I've come to enjoy this punk rock so much, as I use to resent this group. But I just gotta love the rebellious, forget all morals type of attitude sometimes. Now and then in life there's no point in decorating it all up with positive poesies, just tell it like it is. Express yourself. Once in a while we all gotta release that side of ourselves. That's what I find with Bowling For Soup, Drunk Enough To Dance.

From track 1 to 16 I find I can relate to these songs, indirectly or directly. An essence of good music. Besides the fact that they can dish out some great base and percussion beats to jam to, and have some catchy vocal arrangements. There's not a song on this CD that I can't find something likeable about. Some more than others of course, at different moods too. Even the secret track (28) deeply touched the nerve of my excessive empathy. It's the difficult problems we all deal with in life and have a hard time figuring out that this CD mainly spins around on. Namely relationship aggravations. And who doesn't wish that they couldn't just take a vacation and be self-centered once in a while?

Often times when people irritation stirs, I warm up the stereo and put some soup on. Turn the volume way up and dance in the living room "like it's the last rock show" until it all boils over. Dance 'til I can't dance no more. Been one healthy way I've found to deal with my frustrations and this CD has been tons of fun in relation. Good Stuff. So much so strangely in fact that it has put me on a soup binge.
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