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I'll be honest, I was a bit skeptical when I recently found out John Popper had released a solo album a few years back. Read morePublished on September 15, 2002 by "fun_police_100"
Zygote: John Popper's 1999 solo album: extremely excellent, could be easily mistaken for a Blues Traveler album (since what makes most of the BT sound is John's vocals and... Read morePublished on January 18, 2002 by Yahn Van de Walle
What more can I really say?
What's nice about this one is that its all John. Not that the rest of BT pulls him down or anything. Read more
Popper could have done so much more with this CD. Did not live up to my expectations at all. Don't waste your money on this one, buy BT Travelers instead.Published on July 1, 2001
Believe me, I wish from the depths of my soul that I could say great things about this album. But I honestly think it's just really terrible. Read morePublished on January 9, 2001 by blr
'miserable bastard' is the most adolescently conceived piece of trash i've ever heard - i can't believe the masses consume such irrelevant garbage - the song is void of any kind of... Read morePublished on November 15, 2000
I've been a big BT fan since "Four"--I absololutely love that one and "straight on til morning" but this is even better. Read morePublished on August 29, 2000
If you have never heard John Popper before you'll love it. It is one of the greatest CDs I have ever received. Every song has a little piece that you will personally love. Read morePublished on June 12, 2000
If your looking for another Blues Traveler Album, this really isn't for you. If you looking fo interesting ballads and humble regresssions than this will almost certainly inspire... Read morePublished on November 21, 1999 by Desert Reader