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  • Audio CD (April 1, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: ARISTA
  • Run Time: 45 minutes
  • ASIN: B00008O30M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #230,666 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Lemon-Aid
2. I've Been Up These Steps
3. Oh! Ellin
4. I Cut Myself, Too
5. Fed Up
6. Ming Tran
7. When Life Gets Boring...
8. Give Up The Grudge
9. Bones
10. This Evil World
11. I Hear You Calling
12. Bully
13. Cold Feet
14. Everybody's Getting Hooked Up

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Foot In Mouth Disease by GOB

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Customer Reviews

So please, help this band out and get noticed!!!
Melanie
The Next Song "MING Tran" This is a song that gets you going great lyrics and good chords just right for this kinda of song it's fast and heavy at the same time.
Robin
It's one of the best songs not just on the CD but in the history of heavy metal/punk.
Adam Hunter

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 25, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Admittingly I was at first disapointed when buying this record. I was familiar with "Too Late ...No Friends" and you put this CD on and at first it's kinda blah. But after listening to it a few times it's pretty good. Like I said not the same caliber as the others but it's worth a listen. And there are some who wanna say "It's not as punk" but does it really matter? These are all around good songs especially "Give Up the Grudge" which takes shots at hoiti toti whining upper class. (Kinda like a "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" Sequel). "Foot in Mouth Disease" puts [bad] life situations together with catchy tunes. If you have a few extra bucks buy this. It's not the best but it's pretty darn good.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 12, 2003
Format: Audio CD
God has released another fine CD. I've been a fan since the "Too Late ... No Friends" CD first came out (yea, that Soda video WAS pretty awesome). There's plenty of other bands out there that sound similar to Gob, but remember, Gob has been around quite a long time compared to a lot of these new bands. Check out their other CDs too they're all great!
As good as this CD is I have to complain about the CD protection scheme on this CD. I purchased my CD legally and expected to be able to listen to it in whatever manner I wish. Unfortunately, I discovered the following upon sliding the CD into my computer:
1) The songs are not playable with your favorite audio player. (ie you can't use WinAMP, Media Player, etc, you must use the rather awful media player that's on the CD.)
2) You can't easily make MP3's of the songs.
It IS indeed possible to create MP3's of the songs for your own personal legal use, but it takes a lot of digging into stuff like the Cactus Data Shield 200 protection used on the CD and programs like Exact Audio Copy (EAC) to create the MP3's, but this stuff is beyond the scope of most people buying the CD.
Of course if you're playing the CD only in your home stereo, these shouldn't really be problems for you ... of course a small number of people have reported that the CD doesn't work properly in their stereos or discmans ... if that happens you can always return the CD to the store. The music industry will only succeed in offending their paying customers with these sorts of annoying copy protection schemes! I will in the future refuse to purchase any CD bearing the "copy protected" logo.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Gob is one the best underplayed bands that I have heard of recently. Their last full-length cd, The World According to Gob, was a fast-paced pop-punk cd that you couldn't help bouncing around to. Foot in Mouth, gives the band a little more of a rock edge, yet still maintaining that same punk feel with great songs such as Oh Ellin, Lemon-Aid, and Bones. Also on this cd are the songs I Hear You Calling and Ming Tran, great songs from The World According to Gob and F.U. E.P, respectively. This is a must for every pop-punk fan who is looking for a new band to love.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "anthonyf27" on February 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This CD is good, but I wouldn't recommend it to people just getting into this band. Gob is my favorite punk band, but this album isn't too much to my liking. It's too much mainstream punk rather than hardcore playing fast and shouting in the microphone punk.
Get "How Far Shallow Takes You", it's their best (At least to me). It's much more punk sounding than their more recent two albums. Their first album, "Too Late No Friends", is also a great album as well, but their 2nd is the their best.
The highlights of this CD are Bully, Bones, Fed Up, Give Up The Grudge, and I've Been Up These Steps.
Bully is my favorite. It is more of an old Gob sounding track. Lots of shouting and high paced.
Also, if you are a video gamer, you may know some Gob songs from this album that have been in a few EA Sports games.
Madden 2004 fans will already know Give Up The Grudge.
NHL 2004 fans will know Oh Ellin.
NHL 2003 fans will know I've Been Up These Steps
NHL 2002 fans will know I Hear You Calling (Even though it was from The World According to Gob version)
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By xTragedyxBrittanyx on January 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Thru out the years, I've been following the candian punk-pop foursome known as gob. This is what i've found; In 1995, they released a debut called "too late...no friends". It was your basic mid-90's punk album, with little to no melody, short songs, below average production, and poor song structure.

In 98', the band released a follow up called "how far shallow takes you". This time around, the songs were a bit longer and had slightly more melody, and the band's transformation from "punk" to "punk-pop" was already underway.

After about three years of being off the scene, gob returned once more in early 2001 with "the world according to gob", an album which owed more to Britney spears and the current Blink 182 than it did to early Green Day or the Ramones. The songs were overly poppy, the production was super slick, and the lyrics were varied and covered more topics than just potty humor and teen rebelion. It was A HUGE step in the right direction, with the boys producing an album as strong as "enema of the state" and "all killer no filler". In my opinion, it's their best record to date.

Unfortunatly tho, even with a pop sound and modern lyrical content, gob was still no where near being as big as Simple plan or blink, so one year after releasing "the world according", they decided to go on tour with fellow canadian punk brats Sum 41. The tour gave them the opportunity to impress Arista's Executive producer LA reid, so much in fact that he sent the boys of gob into the recording studio the following year to create...

"Foot in mouth disease". To be honest, its a bit MORE "punk" than "the world according to gob" , but not by much, and with producer Mark Trombino (blink 182, Diffuser, The Starting Line, Finch ect.
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