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Album Review

Virtual rock duo Prozzäk is a novelty band comprised of two animated characters, Simon & Milo, in the tradition of the Archies and Josie & the Pussycats. But Prozzäk isn't exactly bubblegum pop, it's pop-disco/techno. Simon sings in a broad English accent and the songs are adult in content as the characters go looking for love in all the wrong places. There's a Right Said Fred send-up, "I Like to Watch, " and the Brazilian-flavored "Shag Tag" (You're It!)," and a deadpan techno update of the standard "Wild Thing." Obviously, some very clever minds went to work on this project: The songs were written and performed by Jason Levine and James McCollum of Toronto's Philosopher Kings. Kids might think Simon & Milo are cute, but Prozzäk is about as much for children as is the film Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. As for adults, the thump-thump-bumpity-bump wears thin pretty quick.

Customer Reviews

Wonderful and Unique

What can you say about a Canadian duo that represents themselves through animated alteregos with fake accents? Prozzak is pure fun and takes you to another place. The beats are way catchy with witty lyrics dealing with the failure that is love. Basically the story of Simon (lead singer) and Milo (lead guitarist) is that they were two vikings who got transporting to current times in order to find true love, but they always fail. Altho they are cartoon characters with fun beats, they have some adult themes, but nothing too riskay. This leads to fun and/or sad lyrics about crazy adventures in search for love. The lyrics are seriously little stories that just suck you in. The music itself is like a combonation of pop/rock/dance/techno (my favorite genres). Overall it's a wonderful CD to dance to and help you chipper up. Prozzak is my all time favorite group. PS: Itunes doesn't have their sophmore album "Saturday People" which is just as good, if not better, than "Hot Show." If you like this CD, you will love "Saturday People."

Very Catchy

Prozzak "Hot Show" is a great album. The music is very catchy, so much so, you will find yourself dancing and/or singing to almost every song on the album. It's a fun ride, a definate must buy!

Good, Fun Album

I've been singing Tsunami on and off since I first received the album in the radio station I was working at in 1998. If I'm coming here to pick up the album in 2007, it must be pretty good. It's not my favorite album, not even close, but it's darn catchy, and I enjoy listening to it from time to time when I want that euro-disco-pop feeling.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

Canada's animated pop duo Prozzäk consist of slight, saucer-eyed singer Simon and strong-but-silent guitarist Milo. Voiced by Jason Levine and James McCollum of the Philosopher Kings, Simon and Milo searched for love and understanding on their debut...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Dance
  • Released: Aug 17, 1999

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