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Ballyhoo! raw and in your face

Ballyhoo! Is one of those bands that shows progression from their older albums to their newer hits. For most people, coming from the newer albums to this one can give you shell shock: it's a very raw album, and the musical style contrast can put some people off. I urge anyone who feels this way to take the time to listen to the album again. You can definitely hear the roots of their current style take hold in these earlier songs, and taking the time to appreciate their earlier work is well worth it.

Blending Styles

It's interesting, this early album of theirs sounds a lot like it's got tones of "Dookie" Green Day and Pepper/Sublime all combined together.

I suggest you buy this album immediately, and the first thing you should do is listen to the beginning 10 seconds of "Tha Funky Joint." You'll lose your mind.

Biography

Formed: 1995 in Aberdeen, MD

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Mixing pop, reggae, rock, ska, and even a little punk, Ballyhoo! are a band out of Aberdeen, Maryland whose music can be found on both Jimmy Buffett's Radio Margaritaville and underground skateboarding videos. Formed in 1995, the band released their debut album, 365-Day Weekend, in 2000 with The Green EP following in 2004. Both were released on the Hooligan Records label, as was 2006's Do It for the Money, an album produced by 311 collaborator Scott Ralston. Their 2009 effort Cheers found them on...
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