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More Songs About Hockey...and Buildings and Food

The Zambonis

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Album Review

While one cannot argue with the intimate knowledge of the sport of hockey on this disc, More Songs About Hockey... sounds like the Zambonis are quickly running out of ideas. There are a couple of high points here: the punk flavored "Lost My Teeth" (originally featured on the band's EP, Playoff Fever!" sounds like Green Day if they got hit in the head with one too many pucks, while "Ode to a Minor League Mascot" strikes just the right chord of humor paired with a catchy tune. Overall, however, this disc is a bit like a triple overtime during a first round playoff game - at some point, you just want it to be over.

Customer Reviews

pretty dang awesome

i heard about this band in NHL Hitz 2003 and it is "pretty dang awesome"

Perfect hat trick

This album has it all, punk, ska, country, futuristic, comedy. And it's all about hockey, you have to love the Craig McTavish reference as well.

Finally Songs about Hockey!!

These songs are so creative! As a hockey player I love them!!! They are also not just funny, but fun to listen to. The music is good. This band isn't just about hockey, they also know how to play their insruments.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

One of several pop-punk bands obsessed with all things related to hockey — the Hanson Brothers, a spin-off of Canada's Nomeansno puckishly (sorry) named after one of the sport's foremost dynasties, are the other well-known example — the Zambonis have a tongue-in-cheek approach to the sport that borders on irreverence, but it's clear that this Connecticut-based quartet takes its hockey extremely serious indeed. Therefore,...
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