17 Songs, 40 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
5 Ratings
5 Ratings

These Are Not My Pants...Really?

Okay, so this is my first FIF album. I like them, they are a good group. Everything about this EP was great except for one thing: the so-called rock opera. That is incredibly stupid. You might as well buy individual songs from this instead of the whole album. SAVE YOURSELF ALMOST $10 and just buy single songs! Everything before the start of the rock opera tracks is awesome; loving My Evil Plan to Save the World! Nonetheless, nice job, FIF!👍


Love it

My dad was a fan and we always listened to them in the car. This is our favorite album.

About Five Iron Frenzy

Five Iron Frenzy were one of the seemingly thousands of ska-punk bands that dominated the post-grunge mainstream modern-rock scene of the late '90s. The group -- comprised of Reese Roper (vocals), Micah Ortega (guitar), Scott Kerr (guitar, backing vocals), Keith Hoerig (bass), Andrew Verdecchio (drums), Dannis Culp (trombone, backing vocals), Leanor "Jeff" Ortega (saxophone) and Nathanel "Brad" Dunham (trumpet) -- formed in Denver during the mid-'90s. After a few years of constant gigging, the band attracted a strong regional following and their 1996 debut album, Upbeats and Beatdowns, became a local hit. The record led to major label interest, and the band signed with the Warner subsidiary SaraBellum in 1997. SaraBellum reissued Upbeats & Beatdowns in the spring, paving the way for the November release of Our Newest Album Ever!, the band's second album. The live Proof That the Youth Are Revolting followed in 1999, and a year later Five Iron Frenzy returned with the studio album All the Hype That Money Can Buy. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Denver, CO



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