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LOVE this album. ive been listening to it since before it was released because i saw ballyhoo open for slightly stoopid and bought the cd there. every song is better than the one before it, but i have a problem. the version i bought has 18 songs! i think itunes used to have the version i have, but i think ballyhoo released this new one with "alcohol" and left out some of the old ones. bad call. still awesome and ballyhoo rocks. PS: saw ballyhoo again at the brendan borek in avalon and talked to them all after, they are all cool dudes. SEE THEM LIVE!

GREAT new band!!

I've seen these guys a couple of times and they seriously kick a**! "Somewhere Tropical" is the perfect summer song. Get it, you'll be stoked!

Perfect Summer Beach Party Music!

Ballyhoo rocks!! I can't stop listening to "Somewhere Tropical" and "Alcohol Looks Beautiful Tonight." This album is perfect for heading to the beach with some friends and some beers. It just makes me want to dance!


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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