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It's a real shame...

I'm a huge longtime A3 fan here in the states, but there just aren't that many catchy songs on this new album. The band strays from their acid house country blues roots for the first half of the album and goes for a more auto tuned r&b rap style, which isn't their strong suite.

A weak offering

Agree with Adam below. This album is not on par with A3's earlier offerings. I bought just a few tracks from it and IMHO they're just so-so. Nothing that makes me laugh or rock out in the way that earlier offerings have done.


Seriously, I believe "Shoplifting 4 Jesus" ranks among A3 best releases!!! I cannot stop listening to it in the car it's been on for months! I have EVERYTHING they've made, there are a few discs I just don't listen to, this is not one of them. They either speak to me or they don't. For instance, I had high expectations for "Revolver Soul", but.....meh. If you're expecting them to always sound the same, these dudes are not for you. If you are ready challenge your brain & musical psyche: put on your seat belts cuz, it's gonna be a bumpy ride....


Formed: 1996 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

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

Alabama 3 was one of the oddest musical outfits to arise from late-'90s London, but also one of the most original. The band's origins are shrouded in urban myth — the band likes to claim that the three core members met in rehab, while their Southern accents have many believing they are from the U.S. state of Alabama, although it appears vocalists Rob Spragg and Jake Black met at a London rave when Spragg heard Black singing Hank Williams' "Lost Highway." Bonding, they set out about creating...
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Shoplifting 4 Jesus, Alabama 3
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: Nov 21, 2011
  • Parental Advisory

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