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There should be more albums

This a good album, but not the greatest Ugly American album there is. Where are the rest? We need some "Boom Boom Baby," we need some " Stereophonic SuperFly." Not to mention the Scabs. Please iTunes for the love of our dear lord baby Jesus get us some of these great works of art. If there is one person that reads this, please join my fight. Because I will be right here on the front line. For those that have not heard of this great band, its Bob Schneider when he was raw, dirty and raunchy. He might still be, I just haven't been to a show in awhile.

More Uglies!

I couldn't agree more with Headcheese. There definitely needs to be more Ugly Americans on iTunes! There are so many songs on Boom, Boom Baby and Stereophonic that blow people's minds. Hippietown,Orlando, Boom Boom, Big Wide World... I could go on. Please join the movement to bring more Ugly Americans to the masses. This was one of the best bands on the planet.

More Bob!

Even though this is not the best album Bob/ Ugly Americans Has, it still is better than anything by Avril Lavigne or Usher. I'll up the request ante and ask for some Joe Rockhead too. I love all things Bob Schneider and would thoroughly enjoy getting his entire collected works from iTunes instead of "other" means.

Biography

Formed: 1993

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

In 1993, cast-offs from several alternative roots outfits (Cracker, Mojo Nixon, Poi Dog Pondering) formed the Ugly Americans in Austin, TX. Bassist Sean McCarthy had organized Atlantic Soul jams at the legendary Antone's club, where he met drummer Dave Robinson, lead guitarist Max Evans, rhythm guitarist Bruce Hughes, and vocalist Bob Schneider. After adding organist David Boyle and earning a spot on 1994's H.O.R.D.E. Tour, the Ugly Americans released a self-titled live album in 1995 and supported...
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