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Album Review

Unapologetically retro, the Screaming Iguanas of Love were formed in Melbourne, Florida in the late 1980s, but played many songs that could have been written in the early to mid-1960s. On Wild Wild Wild, the trio favors melodic rock and roll drawing on such influences as the Beatles, the Dave Clark Five, the Monkees and the Bobby Fuller Four. The British Invasion obviously had a major impact on their sound, although some of their influences (including the Box Tops and Fuller) are very American. A band that provides material as enjoyable as "Never Let You Fall," "Let It Down" and the sentimental "I Think of You" should be a lot better known, but the truth is that the Iguanas were about as obscure as it gets. This little-known disc could prove difficult to track down, though it's definitely worth hearing.

Customer Reviews

Wow! Who'd-a-thought?

Originally released in '91, Wild Wild Wild was The Iguanas first cd release. Singer Greg Reinel and the Burley brothers, JT and David holding down the bottom end. Think The Replacements meet the Plimsouls? A piece of Melbourne Florida music history, back in the Wine Gallery days of the late 80's. (Always preferred the Screaming Iguanas moniker over the later "Nicoteens" incarnation.) Where are they now? Hopefully the ITunes releases will give them a 21st century rebirth... Give it a listen.


This is true DIY music these guys played for the energy of music, not for money , fame or girls, they just played because they had to and this album captures it.

Wild Wild Wild, Screaming Iguanas of Love
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