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  • Audio CD (November 11, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sarabellum Records
  • ASIN: B000002NJ5
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,824 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Handbook for the Sellout
2. Where Is Micah?
3. Superpowers
4. Fistful of Sand
5. Suckerpunch
6. Blue Comb '78
7. Banner Year
8. Second Season
9. Litmus
10. Oh, Canada
11. Most Likely to Succeed
12. Every New Day

Customer Reviews

This is the best album that this band ever made.
Clinton D. Smith
You can't go wrong with the subtle humor in Suckerpunch and Superpowers and the hard rocking of Handbook For The Sellout and Fistful of Sand.
"nchriste9"
Every song has something about it that makes you want to listen to it over, and over, and over again.
"funkmasterxbl"

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Clinton D. Smith on August 4, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is the best album that this band ever made. Reese Roper has an awesome tenor voice, and he has such a wide range! The songs on this album aren't the most mature, but they still convey strong biblical messages. The ska is unbelievably good; the horn section of this bands blows the Supertones and the Insyderz completely away. Dennis Culp is an excellent trombonist, and he has some great solos on the album! The songs are almost too fun and catchy...well, nevermind, music can never be TOO fun and catchy. Do yourself a favor and check this out! 5 stars.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By James on July 26, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Hmmm... where to start...
Well actually, as far as Five Iron Frenzy, this is where I started. This was actually my first positive exposure to ska, for that matter. A year or two earlier, I heard the Bosstones, & I couldn't stand them. So, like many people I've discovered, I assumed I didn't like ska (which is a hilarious concept, now).
This cd kicks off with a bang, as "Handbook For the Sellout" rocks you sonically, and challenges your level of musical-snobbery (what a band). And the fun doesn't stop there, goodness no. The worthy singles "Suckerpunch" & "Superpowers" get you thinkin skankin' might not be such a silly dance after all. Through to the jazzy "Second Season", & on to my personal favorite, "Every New Day".
In the space of this one album, my musical horizons were expanded, & I even found myself influenced as a musician, especially with Scott Kerr (Yellow Second) still in the band for this album. Five Iron Frenzy, you will be missed. (tear)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "howitzer" on December 31, 1999
Format: Audio CD
In Our Newest Album Ever by Five Iron Frenzy, the popular, yet still underground punk-ska band accomplishes exactly what they are trying to do. That is they blend melodic yet blazing ska, with punk vocals,and lyrics that are sometimes funny, and always Christian and/or uplifting. This is definately FIF's best work to date. I suggest you scrounge up some money any way you can and go buy it. You won't find better ska.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 10, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This CD's title is more than a joke - the album is still brand new every time I listen to it. It's an amazing piece of diverse yet unified sounds. FIF combines the best parts of ska and rock-n-roll to make their best album ever. Every song is amazing - here's my highly subjective list of the album's highlights: EVERY NEW DAY: FIF's best song, no doubt whatsoever. Possibly the best rock song ever recorded. The lyrics are beautiful. WHERE'S MICAH: Fun and hilarious. FISTFUL OF SAND: Incisive lyrics and music to match. Great symbolism, plus the only time Andy has ever sung on a FIF album. LITMUS: More great lyrics, rocking beat. HANDBOOOK FOR THE SELLOUT: A great way to start off the album - rock on. Of course, every single song is amazing, just buy this album.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Stanford Gibson on April 27, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This CD would get 5 stars strictly on the strength of "Every New Day" - my favorite song from the early days of the incredibly fun and random Christian ska era (and maybe the 90's as a whole). I remember the first time I heard it (ca 1998), driving I-90 across Indiana, and feeling like my restless faith and tired passions had been given a voice. But beyond the final track "Our Newest Album Ever" was a solid piece of work as FIF wrestled with their passion becoming their job, were honing their social voice, and refused to take anything too seriously (Canada will get lodged in your brain resulting in spontaneous inadvertent smirking (SIS) for days). Can a CD from the late 90's be a classic? If so, this one is.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "fifman5" on July 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I never skip a song on this album so let me help you out.
Handbook for the Sellout - A great start pulls you into the album makes you keep listening. 10th best on cd.
Where is Micah? - A very well written song about their guitar player being late. 8th best on cd.
Superpowers - A funny song with weird lyrics but a great bass rythum. You'll listen to it for a while. 6th best on cd.
Fistful of Sand - A very very very extra good song. Great lyrics, great tune, only one song is better. 2nd best on cd.
Suckerpunch - Just plain funny. Also has a good tune. It's about a young 7th grade geek. 7th best on cd.
Kitty Doggy - A raw recording. Very stupid, it'll leave you puzzled.
Blue Comb '78 - A funny song about Reese's sister throwing his comb on to the highway. 9th best on cd.
Banner Year - Just plain great. 5th best on cd.
Second Season - Very good. Like a better sequel to Banner Year. 4th best on cd.
Litmus - A great song, but it all sounds the same. 12th best on cd.
Oh, Canada - Another funny/weird song about going and leaving Canada. Not to great. 11th best on cd.
Most Likely to Succeed - About the winner of the high school senior superlative. It is just plain good. Great tune and better lyrics make it 3rd best on cd.
Every New Day - THE BEST FIF SONG EVER!!! Can't describe how great it is. Best on cd.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matt on July 16, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This album is the third best by the boys (and girl) from Denver. Out Newest Album Ever is a perfect blend of all different types of songs that only FIve Iron could pull off. They have a real groove that they carry with them in each one of their songs. My personal favorites on this album are Every New Day, Handbook for the Sellout, Second Season (Dennis Sings and he has a rockin voice), The Godzilla Song (hidden track-excellent) Oh, Canada, and Fistfull of Sand. The only Five Iron cds that surpase this one are Live: Proof That The Youth Are Revolting, and The End is Near (They really left on top of their game and its really sad because The End Is Near is their best). Pick this one Up and see them live while you still have the chance.
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