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Leave it to a bunch of fun guys like Brave Combo to find their own spin on the group-dance phenomenon with a collection of originally rendered versions of everybody's favorite dance tunes — and a few more that might not be on everybody's dance card. Perhaps the best thing about this anarchic combo is the obvious relish in playing the music they so clearly love. Originally formed as a dance combo — albeit a weird, cross-genre, cross-cultural one — Brave Combo has always been able to find the dance-floor wallop packed into the most unlikeliest of tunes (as they do here on the theme from "Jeopardy" or the beautiful "Mana Vu") and with tongue planted firmly in cheek, they turn in weird and wonderful versions here of such favorites as "The Chicken Dance," "Mexican Hat Dance," "The Hustle," "The Bunny Hop," "The Limbo Rock/Hand Jive" and two different takes of "The Hokey Pokey," one of them done as a heavy metal grind. Never losing sight of the fun aspect of such an endeavor, they end up sounding like the ultimate wedding band from outer space.

Customer Reviews

Love brave combo

I have been a fan since the early 90's and they are so much fun live but this album is so great to have on hand for partys!


Formed: 1979 in Denton, TX

Genre: World

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Applying the polka and world-music dance treatment to a most unlikely song lineup ("People Are Strange," "Sixteen Tons," "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida," "O Holy Night"), Brave Combo formed in the late '70s in the small Texas hometown of vocalist and guitarist Carl Finch, recorded three albums for the self-owned Four Dots label, and later moved to Rounder. The group's line-up, though constantly shifting, began to coalesce around Finch, horn player Jeffrey Barnes, bassist Bubba Hernandez, and either Mitch Marine...
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