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If you want to sit down or stand up and enjoy pure music...this is the album to listen to.
You'll hear echoes of Brian Wilson, the Beatles,Dylan, and maybe Pink Floyd, the Kinks, Big Star, Wilco, and every other great band along those lines.
Heartfelt yet quirky this album has touched me in a way few albums have with it's simple organic beauty.
More understated than "Ruminant Band" and not the masterpiece that "Tripper" is, "Mouthfuls" is yet another sublime listening experience from the Fruit Bats. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sal Nudo
I'm not too familiar with the Fruit Bats, but this album has been fun. I particularly like the song "When U Love Somebody."Published 22 months ago by Tara West
The songs on this album remind me of folk-rock from the 1960's. Not the John Denver or Peter Paul and Mary style -- think in the direction of the more thoughtful Beach Boys tracks. Read morePublished on October 10, 2012 by Sonoma's Davey
Now that the indie-folk scene has had nearly a decade to wear thin it's probably best if we all took a bit of a step back and calmed down. Read morePublished on May 30, 2011 by Godfrey
This is the kind of album you toss towards someone if they love catchy produced pop music in the Beach Boys/Beatles kind of vein. Read morePublished on February 21, 2011 by Dan L. Manes
The album proves to me that not only do artist's take time to make interesting music, but also the fact that there is not much out there that shows more originality to the... Read morePublished on November 21, 2008 by Brian Shreckengost
Ok I have to give three rather than four stars. (Id like to give three and a half!)
There's lots to like about this album. Read more
i think theyre great....i would sum them up as the voice and style of a gram parson mixed with pink floyd and...well thats it i suppose... Read morePublished on April 30, 2006 by Shannon Finn
Firstly, if you're interested in the Fruit Bats, I recommend you check out the Subpop Records website for two free MP3 downloads ("A Bit of Wind" and "Slipping Through the... Read morePublished on March 11, 2005 by Ian Wajand