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After a five year hiatus, Sugar Ray is back and better than ever. The Southern California-based band makes its long awaited return with “MUSIC FOR COUGARS,” an exuberant reiteration of the band’s signature sound, with particular focus on songcraft and sonic invention. As ever, musical styles –from dancehall to disco, punk to pure pop – are mixed and matched, ... Read more in Amazon's Sugar Ray Store

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  • Audio CD (April 11, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Atlantic Mod Afw
  • ASIN: B000002J49
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,097 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Snug Harbor
2. Rhyme Stealer
3. Iron Mic
4. Hold Your Eyes
5. The Greatest
6. Big Black Woman
7. Mean Machine
8. Dance Party U.S.A.
9. 10 Seconds Down
10. Danzig Needs A Hug
11. Drive By
12. Caboose
13. Scuzzboots
14. Streaker

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I think it is very awsome, I still like floored more though.
Snooch
This is one of the best sugar ray albums of there career.
Andrew Tomlin

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on June 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Damn i never knew sugar ray was once a heavy metal band!! All ive heard from them is that poppy crap they play non stop on the radio all the time. This cd is way way different not to mention better than that stuff they've put out since 14:59. Mark and the band through in the metal songs and mix them with a little bit of rap like rhyme stealer, mean machine, dance party u.s.a., and 10 seconds down. Then there are some slower songs like hold your eyes and scuzzboots, but they still fit nicely into the album. I wish sugar ray could've made more cds like this one. Floored was a pretty good album but it didnt have the feel to it as this one did. If they kept playin music like this they could've fit right in to the heavy music bands are playin today. I bet Mark's just kicking himself for taking the boy band route(hehe). Bottom line is if you want some good metal with a little bit of rap you'd defenitly like this cd. Best songs are snug harbor, rhyme stealer, mean machine, dance party u.s.a., 10 seconds down, and scuzzboots. Not to say those are the only good songs (the whole album kicks a$$!) but those appeal to me the most. Also this was produced by the great DJ Lethal while he was with House Of Pain not Limp Bizkit, so you know its gonna be an awesome cd!!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Big J Moreno on December 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've actually known about their "black sheep" album, L&B for awhile now but was never really too motivated to check it out

until recently. The catalyst for me buying it was mainly hearing other people say, "they used to be a metal band" and being the diehard metalhead I am it intrigued me enough to actually interrupt my metal cd purshasing bonanza to buy this.

The results? Well I was pretty damn pleased! Especially with the song Mean Machine which is indeed the highlight of this funky off-beat album with it's amusing lyrics and catchy music. Mark McGrath sounds awesome on this album, he yells, speaks in funny voices it's awesome, he really mixes it up here. THEY EVEN CURSE! I know cursing hasn't been a big deal since middle school but when Sugar Ray does it then it is. I mean imagine if you found out N'Stink and the like starting cursing and going crazy, it would be a tad shocking don't you think? What's also cool about this album is that it seems to blend some funk, rap, hard rock, and a little bit of humor. Yes, it even has a skit... but don't worry it's not like the asinine skits that take up half of modern rap cds disc space (they're bad enough with the music alone) but a damn good one with music in the background to boot! I won't ruin it by telling ya what it is, buy the cd and find out yourself!

I have to be honest that I've always liked Sugar Ray, yes even their soft stuff. That's probably especially shocking to my fellow metalheads out there (keep in mind that's coming from a guy who listens to Slayer, Pantera, etc most of the time) but it's true. What can I say, it's a guilty pleasure of mine. Now I will do what others have done, show my friends the craziness that is old school Sugar Ray! By the way, yes I recommend this to basically everyone, I mean everyone at least likes some rock right? Anyone who doesn't like any rock is obviously inhuman and doesn't matter.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Schmitt on August 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is the album that got me into Sugar Ray. I bought this album way before "Fly" came out. I was into the heavy punk hard-core guitar. This album is awesome if you like heavier stuff and is one of my favorite. It isn't a big seller because of the wussed out songs that the mainstream liked of them and the expectation of that is the way they roll. Speaking of expectations. I saw them live when they first came out on the Floored tour. All these non-metal and non-mosh pitters were expecting the happy band that most of Floored shows. I thought it was funny when they opened the concert with "Mic Stealer" from this album and they all backed up and had looks of confusion on their faces. I think after their initial shock they realized that this is the good Sugar Ray and rocked out. Get this album! Most every song will make your head bob.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Sheila S. Antonio on May 28, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This CD is incredible! I love the hard core, heavy metal guitar riffs in "10 Seconds Down", "Mean Machine", "Rhyme Stealer", "The Greatest", and "Streaker". I also love "Scuzz Boots", a weird title for a love song and "Hold Your Eyes".
Their 2nd one, 'Floored', is great too. They improved on the lyrics ("Anyone" is inspirational, even through Mark's screaming) and on their tune. I love all the songs on this CD, but not "Fly" cuz I heard this song WAY too much back at 1997. Their cover on "Stand and Deliver" is hilarious.
'14:59' finally shows their transition from heavy metal to alternative (and/or pop). Lyrics are catchy and friendly for all ages, however, they ditched the heavy metal guitar riffs they started with (with an exception for "Falls Apart", "Glory", "Personal Space Invader", "Burning Dog" and "New Direction"). Who knows what we're gonna expect with their 4th album? Then again, what do we expect from Sugar Ray?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amir Tajakin on March 25, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Sugar Ray could have been the next Faith No More or Red Hot Chili Peppers, but they chose to take the pop path. This album demonstrates the fact that Sugar Ray actually was a funk metal band and deserve commercial success. Not the commercial success like "Fly," "Someday," or "Every Morning," mind you. I'm talking the Korn kind. They were so amazing back before 14:59. This CD has some awesome points, some funny points, and some insanely stupid parts. The best songs are "10 Seconds", "The Greatest," and "Mean Machine." I really hate "Dance Party U.S.A.," though. It was kind of refreshing to find out that Sugar Ray had some talent in the first place. Other bands I'd recommend are 311, Jimmie's Chicken Shack, and 24-7 Spyz. Maybe sometime in the distant future, Sugar Ray will become what they left behind: Heavy. I'm praying, are you?
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