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  • Audio CD (February 11, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Last Beat Records
  • ASIN: B0000DER8S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By grrlbassist on February 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Baboon is one of the reasons I ever picked up a guitar and started playing music myself...so for that thank you, guys. And I just want to add a note about the review submitted by "cynthiablalock". I just didn't realize that reviewing this Baboon record had ANYTHING at all to do with Steve's personal opinions, albeit your description of him is completely unfounded...that is unless you actually know the guy...which I am convinced from what you wrote about him that you do not. My point is just that if you don't like the record-fine. There are a multitude of folks who do...but this is certainly not the medium to use for bashing him on your "perception" of who he is as a person. You seem very, very confused.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Rudnicki on December 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Please disregard Ms. Blalock's vengeful diatribe as I seriously doubt she's even heard this record. I also doubt she's seen us live, because "mediocre" isn't an oft-levied criticism. Maybe "it sucked" or "it was awesome," but nothing so lukewarm as "mediocre." We're all very proud of this record and it has received generally glowing reviews by those who've heard it (whose numbers, unfortunately, haven't been legion). While I don't agree with some of Steve's politics, he's definitely not hateful, pseudo-intellectual, or misogynistic. I'm not sure what relevance Steve's Amazon reviews have to the sound of "Something Good is Going to Happen to You" but, believe it or not, there are varying political perspectives within our group. This is America, baby! Being the son of a '70s Judy-Chicago-print-owning NOW and ERA member, I implore Ms. Blalock to save her cliched, politically correct demonizing for "Anti-Patriarchy 101." I'm sure she'll get an "A" in it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nathaniel C. Moffat on June 24, 2005
Format: Audio CD
If you had a dime for every time some fool said a band "sounds like Green Day," you'd be so rich you could hire Green Day to play at a party -- just for you and your dumb friends. And pay them with 55-gallon drums full of dimes.

Some recordings, however, really do sound like Green Day, including this one, at least partly. My listening notes indicate "70% Green Day circa Dookie, 30% New Day Rising [by Husker Du]"

That's not a bad thing in my book, but it is a notable departure for a hard-touring North Texas outfit typecast as a "noise" band (Drummer Steven Barnett has been known to terrorize band members and dumbfounded audiences alike with an instrument of his devisal called the Room Evacuator).

This disc will not cause an evacuation of any sort, and it will not make your ears bleed at sane volume levels, but its aggressive, infectiously anthemic pop-punk may have you jumping around on the furniture like you've got no sense. Oh, and a couple of the songs will stick in your head (Alright is the worst offender, but Leave Me Be and Secret Room get hooks into gray matter, too). About that let there be no doubt. You can't get them out - they are a resistant strain of earworm.

The recording is intentionally noisy, processed, and altogether brilliant, using distortion to great musical effect. There is persistent recorded-in-a-stairwell reverb (reminiscent of Radio Free Europe by R.E.M.) that combines with oversaturated shouting to make the "singing" into an instrument itself - think Richard Butler of Psychedelic Furs singing in a hurricane.

Speaking of instruments, there is outlandish stuff down in the mix - xylophones, bells, tambourines (not sure about that one), and who knows what all.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By snotnosebrat on February 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is a great album. It proves that Baboon just keeps getting better. I dunno what "cynthiablalock" is talking about. She must have tried to date Steve/the drummer, and got turned down. Sounds like a bitter, angry, fat girl to me!!

Can't wait for this band's next album!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steve Barnett on February 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
...especially if you're a conservative, or happen to have some conservative opinions. Regardless whether it's a political book review, a political movie review, or even a political discussion board...don't do it. And certainly don't be stupid enough to use your real name like I did. You'll wind up with weird messages in your inbox, people adopting your own name and posting insults, stalkers, etc. Even a couple years later.

I don't know why anyone would *care* enough to bother, but there it is.

I can assure anyone reading this that I am in fact the only "hater/nazi/bigot/fascist/fox news viewer" type guy in the band...the other band members are all very nice and liberal. And besides, I don't think my allegiance with the dark side has affected my drumming much. Then again, I did tune my snaredrum to sound like "BUSH! BUSH! BUSH!" when I hit it.
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