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Everything You Need (Yellow Vinyl)

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Everything You Need - The classic album now on vinyl! With more than a decade of making music together, the members of Slightly Stoopid have perfected one of the rarest and most valuable skills a band can develop: the art of the stealth groove, that knack for quietly, almost innocently, sliding into a composition, and utterly lassoing anyone within earshot by mid-song. Everything You Need is the album that catapulted Slightly Stoopid into the legendary band you love to chill to. Grab the album on vinyl and get that gritty analog goodness your ears deserve.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Everything You Need
  2. Officer
  3. Questionable
  4. Runnin With A Gun
  5. Killin Me Deep Inside
  6. Perfect Gentleman
  7. Wicked Rebel
  8. Sweet Honey
  9. Punk Rock Billy
  10. World Goes Round (feat. I-Man)
  11. Wiseman
  12. Leaving On A Jet Plane
  13. Mellow Mood (feat. G. Love)
  14. Collie Man


Product Details

  • Vinyl (December 11, 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Surfdog Records
  • ASIN: B007BS156M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,243 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
To Start Off, I really enjoy this CD. You can throw it in the CD Player and let it play all the way through. Although, some people think Slightly Stoopid has gone way mainstream with this CD, they haven't. They're just evolving into a great band musically and lyrically. All's I have to say is that this album is awesome no matter what anyone says. It has tight reggae beats, not as much metal & punk as their old album, but that doesn't bother me too much because I like their reggae and ska beats best. Definately buy this CD.
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This band's last studio album, "The Longest Barrel Ride" is undoubtedly one of the most savory albums ever released. It contains a scintillating blend of punk, ska, reggae, & metal that should inspire any eclectic music fan. While this follow-up studio release is another phenomonal record, it lacks the diversity & masterful use of seamless segue that one will find on "Barrel Ride". However, comparisons set aside, this record deserves five stars. While losing some of the ska-punk flavor, this record has incorporated more hip-hop & dancehall techniques into the sound. The use of turntables is a welcome addition to the mix. While mellow musical grooves interladen with catchy lyrical structure dominate this album, a few intermittent blistering punk tracks, esp. "Perfect Gentleman", demonstrate Slightly Stoopid's ability to cross musical borders without skipping a beat. Although the ill-conceived cover of "Leaving On a Jetplane" makes a push for 'muzak' status, the remaining tracks are by far superior to 95% of the other shwap available at your record store. So buy it right now, kids!
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I was told about this band a few months ago so i ordered the cd and i really like it. They sound a lot like sublime and everyone knows that sublime is awsome. slightly stoopid has their own sound that is well put together and the singers voice is great.
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I don't know why people don't dig on this album . I have all Slightly Stoopid's older albums , and while I really loved them . I do think they get better each album they do . I am a very big Sublime fan , and it is good to see this band coming out with something which has that same quality and variation Sublime was so well known for . Yet it still stands up by itself , being original , and experimental . They are not one of those "Ska I wish I was sublime" rip off bands . THese guys come with great lyrics , great music , and the all important reggae with a little punk thrown in. And G-Love is on a track !
If you guys want a band that is predictable , and does whatever you want, start listening to nsync , or some other mass produced radio fondler .
I love this album , keep it up!
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By Your mom on September 25, 2013
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If you like bobbing your head to music that the kids years ago would have called "dope". Then this is the album for you. It's gnarly awesome cool hot bad sick and above all else its "deece" lololololo hahahaha. Purchase it. Now! Do it now. I command you.
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I only discovered Stoopid 2 years ago, so I am a neophyte, but I just can't get enough of this album.

It is hard to find a weak point on this album.

"Sweet Honey" drew me in, but I soon realized that "Officer", "Runnin' With a Gun", "Killin' Me Deep Inside", "Wicked Rebel", and of course, "Collie Man".

This is a FIVE-STAR album. Every song is quite solid, and worth re-visiting. I love STOOPID!
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Not a bad cd, thisis the only slightly stoopid album i own and i like it qutie a bit. But i would never listen to its for its 'punk' music. The reggage and easy listening music is great to listen to and their rendition of "leaving on a jet plane" is great. a must buy for long beach dub all star and sublime fans...but be open mindined!!! peace
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This is a major departure from the sounds that brought Slightly Stoopid success earlier in their career. Rather than picking up where Sublime left off, with reggae, punk, and ska, SS embark towards a horribly wrong sound. Instead of the sweet surf-reggae they are capable of, SS instead opt mostly for sub-par white rap, with a drum machine and acoustic guitars. This album was DEFINITELY over-produced, obvious just by looking at their official website as their bio boasts that 2003 would be a breakout year, demonstrating their expectations to make it big. Disappointing for them--disappointing for the listener. Songs like "Everything You Need", "Running With A Gun", "Killin' Me Deep Inside" and "World Goes Round" represent the least amount of talent demonstrated by Slightly Stoopid to date. However, the big time production does have its benefits. Songs like "Wiseman", "Wicked Rebel", "Sweet Honey" and "Officer" are absolutely orgasmic, and make the album easily worth the money. The punk rock songs "Punk Rock Billy" and "Questionable" plus the punk cover of Wyclef Jean's "Perfect Gentleman" are among the high points of the album, proving that Slightly Stoopid hasn't lost their balls. However, there are no mid-tempo reggae/ska songs like with previous albums...the album is diverse but it doesn't flow. It just sounds like a bunch of different bands. While the reggae and punk songs make this album great, I would recommend uploading it on your computer and leaving out songs like "Running With A Gun", "Everything You Need" and "World Goes Round". Or if you don't have a computer, just scratch the cd where those songs are.
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