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Sugar Ray

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Product Details

  • Audio Cassette (June 12, 2001)
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B00005JH76
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #861,107 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Ever since I bought this CD the day it came out I've been listening to it non-stop! I was so glad to hear bassist Murphy Karges say that this CD was the best representation of the band, because it's my favorite. The band carries on their reggae tunes but have also included sounds of ska and punk. Track listings:
1. Answer The Phone- simple song with killer guitar riffs; great for blasting the volume and jamming.
2. When It's Over- favorite single of many; great song for fans of their other hits like "Someday," "Every Morning," and "Fly."
3. Under The Sun- remembering the good times, it's the band's tribute to 80's groups like Run DMC, Culture Club, The Clash, and Men Without Hats; great riff from Murph's bro.
4. Satellites- classic rock song with incredible beats from Stan on the drums and Rod on the electric guitar; make sure to catch the clip after the song.
5. Waiting- great guitar riffs (again!) especially at beginning and end; nice love song about waiting to get the girl.
6. Ours- slower song about a manege-a-trios; comic story line.
7. Sorry Now- awesome guitar riffs; upbeat song that you'll want to listen to full blast.
8. Stay On- amusing duet of Mark McGrath and 311's Nick Hexum; sounds of ska influences.
9. Words To Me- fun summer song with a great beat that encourages you to "Get Up!" and have a good time; cool sounds from DJ Homicide.
10. Just A Little- nice song with great guitar riffs; far from what you'd expect from the band because of it's country(!) sound.
11. Disasterpiece- awesome 80's sounding rock song with great guitar riffs; complete with shouts of "oohahoo!" and a harmonica, not surprising since the band wrote the song after they were on tour with the Goo Goo Dolls.
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To call these guys "frat boy rockers" and their latest album "dumb fun" would be too harsh. Both are more than that. Their music is more like a guilty pleasure to most of us. We don't want to admit it, but if you put us under the interogation lamp long enough, we'll admit to singing along to them in the car when their latest hit comes on the radio.
Sugar Ray's fourth, self-titled studio release is fun. In a society where all of our television, music, and movies are tending to become more and more meaningless, it's nice to see some guys putting out an album that it sounds like them enjoyed making. Too much of our "popular" music is either far too angry or far too dark right now, so that's why this album is so appealing. "Sugar Ray" is fun, catchy, and speaks of many things that we can all relate to.
"Answer The Phone" sounds heavily influenced by Third Eye Blind, second track is radio-friendly "When It's Over," "Under The Sun" has some very cool guitar work, "Just A Little" was stuck in my head all day yesterday, and album closer "Disasterpiece" almost gets into the area of a Rolling Stones song.
Heck, I'll admit that I listen to this album and enjoy it. And you didn't even have to put me under the interogation lamp to get it.
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Radio listeners got their first spoonful of Sugar Ray with the irresistible, reggae-tinged single "Fly" in 1997...unfortunately, most of the two million people who bought the album "Floored" were probably disappointed to discover the commercial pop tones of the song were the exception, while tepid metal/pop was the rule. The band came back stronger in 1999, however, with the energetic and impressive "14:59," offering up unstoppable singles in "Every Morning" and "Someday" alongside a particularly strong lineup of album cuts. Another two-year break between records and one has to wonder, "what does Sugar Ray have left?"
A whole hell of a lot, apparently. Sugar Ray continues to fine-tune their skills at writing sunny, catchy pop seemingly created solely for summertime and lead singer Mark McGrath's straightforwardly sexy vocals. This is obvious enough with the first single, "When it's Over," another acoustic-guitar-over-funky-drum-loop outing that will no doubt satisfy fans of the band's previous hits; "all the things that I used to know/are gone out the window" is such a singable hook you may well croon it without intending to. Another hit will no doubt be found in the nostalgiac, hip-hop flavored "Under the Sun," where Mark reminisces about "all the good times that we had on the beach," "making out in the sand," and makes any 80's teenager take a fond look back when he name-drops Run DMC and Culture Club. But even their harder-hitting material is bursting at the seams with catchy riffs, as even the cranked guitars on "Satellites," "Waiting," and "Sorry Now" can't hide the commercial appeal of some carefully-constructed pop tunes.
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I personally have loved sugar ray from the beginning. This album self titled "Sugar ray" is full of radio singles i believe. Although Mark Mcgrath and co. have grown to be a more "pop" culture band, they've proved they are here to stay by this album. 1. Answer the phone- Great lyrics, catchy hook. one of personal favs. 2. When it's over- Although with alot of radio play, the hook is great and its in your head all day. 3. Under the sun- Very fun song, almost reminds you of past summers and friends. 4. Satellites- Not one of my personal favs, but still a good song. 5. Waiting- This is a great song. It starts off acoustic then into the harder guitar riffs. Good lyrics too. 6. Ours- This song sort of sounds like a re-make of a older song, but it's really not. not bad though. 7. Sorry now- One of my persanal Favs. Nice guitar riffs, Marks vocals are great in this one. catchy hook too. 8. Stay on- More of a laid back track. again a great song. 9. Words to me- This sounds like its almost hip-hop influenced sorta. Makes you want to dance! 10. Just a little- Has this country twang to it. not one of my personal favs though. Not a bad listen. 11. Diasterpiece- This song is great! This is the kind of song you can go cruisin to on a hot summer day.
All in all, Sugar rays self-titled album is great for the "pop" culture, i think if youre looking for more harder stuff, stick to there album "Floored", but personally i enjoy this album, hopefully you will too!!
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