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Customer Reviews

Wow...

Saw them on a rerun on "Live from Daryls house" and the whole album is amazing. This album makes you want to roll the windows down and jam out...you really won't care who's watching. Trust me I just did it in Downtown Denver.

Love this album, like the second album, but don't really like the Third album

This is their debut album and I absolutely fell in love with it. I'm young and I really like listening to 60s through the 80s music. I don't really care for much modern mainstream music, but this album proved to me that people still know how to make great music and it sounds so amazing. The second album released was pretty good and enjoyed quite a bit of the sounds, but their 3rd album, which is the newest, is way to mainstream a sounding and I really don't like it. I will admit that I like the sound Handclap though.

Pickin' Up the Pieces

Hope they get back to this type of sound on their next work. This album cracked my top 10 immediately.

Biography

Formed: 2008 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Led by songwriter Michael Fitzpatrick, Fitz & the Tantrums brew up a retro sound inspired by Motown and Stax Records. Fitzpatrick initially formed the Tantrums as a neo-soul solo project; having purchased an old church organ, he found that it helped inspire his songwriting. While recording a solo EP, he recruited an old college friend, James King, to add horn arrangements to the material. The lineup grew from there, with the Tantrums eventually becoming a co-ed septet. Songs for a Break Up, Vol....
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