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Album Review

OK, these guys are from Australia, meaning that it would be hard not to compare these guys to Men at Work. Not that Frenzal Rhomb are this new wave pop band, nor do they have a sax player; it's just that they both have those funny, inescapable accents. So Frenzal Rhomb get some points for not selling out to an American audience by keeping their thick brogue tone of voice; extra credit is also due for their shameless love of beer — although there's not one hint of Fosters to be found on here. But what these guys make up for in integrity and a good taste in beverages, they lack in catching a listeners attention. Sure, the first two songs are great in that catchy, playful pop-punk sort of way, but the rest of A Man's Not a Camel just fall under the trap of having all their tracks sounding like one big, long song. But to give credit where it's due, these guys at least seem like they'd be a blast to party with.

Customer Reviews

Amazing band

This album is awesome. I can listen to it over and over. Very catchy songs .


Fan fore years this album as bad2 da bone as tha rest


Formed: 1993 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The irreverent Australian punk unit Frenzal Rhomb formed in 1993; their lineup includes vocalist Jason Whalley, guitarist Lindsay McDougal (a replacement for original guitarist Benjamin Costello), bassist Lex Feltham, and drummer Gordy Foreman (the third in a succession including Karl and Nat). After touring as the support act while American punk bands Offspring, Bad Religion, and blink-182 were down under, the group released its first album, 1995's Coughing Up a Storm. Retitled Once a Jolly Swagman...
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