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Album Review

San Francisco's 4 Non Blondes burst onto the national scene with their massive, neo-hippie anthem "What's Up" from their debut Bigger, Better, Faster, More? Although they failed to recreate the single's success, the album, as a whole, is a fairly engaging mix of alternative rock, quasi-funk, and blues.

The focal point is on lead singer Linda Perry who also plays guitar and was the primary writer of the material. Perry has a powerful set of pipes akin to Johnette Napolitano, but, unfortunately, she tends to cut loose when a little more restraint would benefit the proceedings. However, "Superfly" is a feel good, funky number and "Spaceman"'s yearning lyrics are delivered over a quiet, martial drum rhythm. A solid debut that got lost in the wake of its mammoth hit.

Customer Reviews

A Staple of 90's Music

There is a reason why Linda Perry is one of the best producers in music today, and it lies within her ability to create beautiful music. Here on Bigger, Better, Faster, More! there is not a single track that flat-out sucks. From the moment that the guitars and Linda Perry's voice start on "Train", you are hooked on the 4 Non Blondes. Other tracks worth downloading are "Superfly", "Spaceman", "Dear Mr. President", and "What's Up?". Here I am, almost 14 years after this album came out, and as I continue to listen to this music, it doesn't feel at all outdated. While I wouldn't call this the best album of the 90's, I would be a fool not to say it was one of the best.

Bigger, better, faster, but we needed more!

It is too bad that the 4 Non Blodes were a one hit wonder, the band had potential. The main stay song was" What's Up! " which is a great tune, however this album offered so many more great songs. In my opinion the stand out song of this album is " Drifting ". If you want to hear a great album, listen to this album you will not be disappointed.

OK, But Just One Great Song

Ten not-too-shabby songs and one unbelievable knock-you-off-your-feet song: "What's Up?". I guess sometimes that happens.


Formed: 1989 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

4 Non Blondes howled their way onto the charts in 1993 with "What's Up?" and then vanished without a whisper. Formed in 1989 with Linda Perry (vocals), Shaunna Hall (guitar), Christa Hillhouse (bass), and Wanda Day (drums), 4 Non Blondes had no problems attracting major labels based on live shows and local radio support from KUSF, but the labels didn't know how to market them. After Day was replaced by Dawn Richardson, the group was eventually signed to Interscope Records and released Bigger, Better,...
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