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Abba Dabba Dabba: Bananza of Hits

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Editorial Reviews

"Cub Koda's first album for Schoolkids' Records is his wildest, funniest, and simply best album in years". by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Random Drug Testing
  2. Cherokee Dance
  3. The Bacon Fat
  4. Mind Over Matter
  5. She's Just My Style
  6. The Greasy Chicken
  7. I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday
  8. Meet The Flinstones
  9. We Sell Soul
  10. Shuffle Off To Buffalo
  11. Village Of Love
  12. The Cholesterol Cabin
  13. Schratchin' & Whammin'
  14. I'm A Lover, Not A Fighter
  15. So Many Roads, So Many Trains
  16. Thirteen Women
  17. Baby, I Love You So
  18. Wonderin' & Worryin'
  19. Shombalor
  20. You're The Only Girl, Delores
  21. Undecided
  22. Rik-A-Tik
  23. The Oh Yeah Rock
  24. Why Don't You Write Me


Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 19, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Schoolkids Records
  • ASIN: B0000012QS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #554,123 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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CUB KODA-ABBA DABBA DABBA-A BANANZA OF HITS: Former BROWNSVILLE STATION front man CUB KODA's two dozen track free for all pennies up a kitschy cornucopia of nifty novelties, funky instrumentals and forgotten oldies, with every instrument and lead vocal provided by the "one man band" himself. Covering seemingly every pop music genre in the stratosphere, the Cubmaster moves effortlessly from rave up rockabilly (I'M A LOVER NOT A FIGHTER) to stone blooze (SO MANY ROADS, SO MANY TRAINS), from doo wop (YOU'RE THE ONLY GIRL, DELORES) to cartoon classics (MEET THE FLINTSTONES at half speed) with the flick of a pick. RANDOM DRUG TESTING and CHOLESTEROL CABIN are the most outrageous efforts here, tempered by tasty, mostly straight takes on FATS DOMINO, GARY LEWIS & THE PLAYBOYS, garage rocker ROKY ERICKSON, BILL HALEY, even a funky SHUFFLE OFF TO BUFFALO. The man who unleashed SMOKIN' IN THE BOYS ROOM on an unsuspecting public is still at it in full force two decades on, inserting that all important, sorely missing ingredient in rock & roll...pure, unfiltered FUN.

RATING: FOUR GORILLA MASKS
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There is one reason to buy this album, for the song Random Drug Enforcement, to which anyone ever told to "donate" should relate. The album also has a lot of novelty style songs and old rock-style songs.
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I was a fan of brownsville station and wish they would't have thrown in the towel. Cub played at a free concert and hung out with everybody afterwards. He was one of the greats. But this cd is all over the place and very eccentric.
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...There's probably a good reason. Koda is semi-famous for "Smokin' in the Boys Room" and a fixture in obscure guitar/"roots-rock" circles. I don't know all of his oeuvre, but this is mostly a county-fair hashing of doo-wop era rock with some notable guitar licks. I got it for "Random Drug Testing," an amusing field holler I heard on college radio which, consciously or not, parallels the drug war with slavery. It's also the most original, transcendent piece of the lot. Koda is noted as his own producer, using low-tech equipment, and it sorta sounds it. I fast-forwarded through on first listen. Maybe it will grow on me.
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