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One of the greatest albums ever created

I recommend buying it direct from their website, but that does nothing to reduce how amazing this album is.

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Very disappointing

I’ve been a fan of Wheatus since Teenage Dirtbag. I remain one, but this album is very lackluster. The songs don’t justify their length and they’ve lost their infectious melodies and catchy/odd lyrics with this album. Go on their website to buy this, don’t pay what iTunes is asking, it’s not worth it, plus you support Wheatus directly if you buy from their website.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Long Island-based singer/songwriter Brendan B. Brown formed Wheatus as a vehicle for his witty, energetic rock songs. The quartet began taking shape in 1995, when Brown enlisted the help of his brother, drummer Peter Brown, as well as multi-instrumentalist Phil A. Jimenez and bassist Rich Leigey (replaced in July 2000 by Mike McCabe). The musicians recorded their self-titled debut album in the Brown home, helming the production themselves, before signing a contract with Columbia Records and releasing...
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