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Album Review

It could be argued that Jimmie's Chicken Shack's variation of Chili Pepper funk-metal sounds out of date in 1999, but it could be argued just as convincingly that it was out of date on their 1997 major-label debut, too. It just points out that the genre was sort of played-out by the end of the decade. Bring Your Own Stereo, Jimmies' sequel to Pushing the Salmanilla Envelope, pretty much follows through on its successor, delivering an energetic set of party rock. It doesn't push the boundaries much, but it thankfully isn't as outright juvenile as their earlier albums (although this remains quite sophomoric, naturally). In short, it's the kind of album that will please fans, without winning any new ones over.


Formed: Annapolis, MD

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Jimmie's Chicken Shack blends funk-metal with elements of ska and reggae but also a surprising acoustic prowess. Lead vocalist Jimmy HaHa grew up in Maryland and played with a group named Ten Times Big for several years. After the band broke up, he hit the snowboarding circuit for two years but then began several acoustic jams with friends. HaHa recruited drummer Jim Chaney (from Ten Times Big), longtime friend Che' Lemon on bass, and guitarist Dave Dowling (aka Double D) to form Jimmie's Chicken...
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