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Customer Reviews

Not bad.

Really, I thought the Infectious album was not so great, but I loved all their other albums. This album took a step away from the direction they were going with the Infectious release, but didn't completely get rid of the style. If you are a fan of them, you will like this album. Otherwise, give it a shot. I loved it. Not their best, but still good.

All over the place...but in a very good way

I know that Suburban Legends catch a lot of flack on the internet for having gone away from pure ska and to a more popish sound, but this album is just plain fun. So many genres, tight harmony and on top of that they are a great bunch of musicians that deserve both the respect of the music listening audience as well as their wallets. I can't help but smile when I listen to these songs. It seems like they are having fun with their music which at the end of the day is what it is all about. I will admit that Dance Like Nobody's Watching is probably my favorite album and this doesn't knock it down from first place, but still a very good album that deserves a look.


Like a lot of Suburban Legends fans, I adored the original Rump Shaker album and their older ska sounds. I wasn't a huge fan of the last album (Infectious) and this one's not much better. Granted, some of the tracks have gone back to a Ska sound ("Let's Be Friends" and "Getting Down to Business" especially), there's still a LOT of pop/disco songs with terribly cheesy lyrics (like "Favorite Face" and "Together"). One of the things I never truly understood about Suburban Legends is whether or not they're really serious about the whole "boy band" act. Is it a facetious, ironic act or are they actually trying to be cool by dancing around and singing songs about how much they love their girlfriends? I'm hoping it's just a comedy act. A few of the tracks are really good, such as "Let's Be Friends," "Fire," "Natasha," and "Getting Down to Business." The first release so far ("Girls Got What I Want") is really catchy, even though they use the word "shorty" which I thought was slang that died out 3 years ago (which kinda supports my whole irony theory). Other songs (such as "Polyester") are obnoixious, but get better after repeated listens. Overall, I'd recommend listening to the samples and maybe buy a few tracks, instead of the whole album; unless you're a big fan.


Formed: 2000 in Orange, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

While many ska bands (especially those riding in on the third wave) take pride in a rowdy and entertaining live show, not many can actually boast perfectly choreographed dance numbers to complement entire sets. Suburban Legends not only do this with style, but their shtick led to extended stints as the outdoor entertainment for nightly Disneyland crowds during the summer and holiday seasons; the Anaheim gig also helped the bandmembers hone their performance skills as they played close to a whooping...
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