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The "Must Have" CD From Too Much Joy

Arguably the best work from Too Much Joy. This band was never that popular, even in the early 90's when they would play small venues and clubs, however, for those that did come across them they were rewarded with very catchy tunes with clever lyrics that you just couldn't get out of your head. Crush Story will get your attention immediately, but others songs such as William Holden Caufield, Pride of Frankenstein, and Long Haired Guys From England deserve their due as well. No 90's music collection is complete without Cereal Killers from Too Much Joy.

Not "Frat" Rock

I saw this band live in a small club in 1992. For the first several songs, the lead singer made fun of a very small group of "frat" guys in the club. They left. A good time was had by all -- except the frat pack, of course. This is a fantastic album. Clever lyrics, hook laden songs. Definately not frat rock.

Frat rock?

Dammit. Enough with the labels. Most frat boys just wouldn't get what these guys were talking about; they might think they got it, but most likely they were the butt of the joke. TMJ were so ironic they transcended irony and made it obsolete. Just buy it and rejoice.


Formed: 1981 in Scarsdale, NY

Genre: Alternative

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

Too Much Joy was part of the explosion of collegiate comedy rock in the late '80s, distinguishing themselves with a more mature side than the Dead Milkmen and a simpler, speedier punk-pop approach than the arty King Missile. Starting out via the independent route, the band spent several years on a major label before drifting from view. Although they never had the breakout MTV novelty hit that some of their peers managed, they had an amusing ride along the way -- they were sued by Bozo the Clown over...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Adult Alternative
  • Released: 1991
  • Parental Advisory

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