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Album Review

Showoff's pop punk debut is irresistible — to a point. The young Chicago band has the strident vocals, the martial beats accelerating into warp-speed, the pink hair-it's punk-by-numbers. Nonetheless, "Second Chance" is a great piece of new wave/old school songwriting as is the melodic "Someone" which rests firmly in power pop/jangle territory till the grunge guitar-grind begins; "Tell Me" is solid hard rock. Rock purists will have to concede the band has a knack for the form of music that once changed rock and roll. No matter Showoff's members weren't born when punk hit — like Green Day they get its spirit — it's just that their version is bubblegum.

Customer Reviews

Back in the day...

This was/is a great album. Wish my CD copy still worked so I could put it on my iTunes and share the wealth. The album is only ten years old, but it could still see a resurgence. Rock on Showoff.

ONE OF MY FAVES

great cd..... can listen to the whole cd beginning to end, how many other cds can you do that with?? not many! Every time i listen brings me back to college days :) wish they did more!

Showoff

Buy this album! It is worth the money! I listen to EVERY track of it!

Biography

Formed: 1997 in Villa Park, IL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s

Forming in 1997, Chicago's Showoff comprised vocalist/guitarist Chris Envy (aka Chris Messer), bassist Dave Envy, drummer Dan Castady, and guitarist Graham Jordan. The punk-pop group released their self-titled debut album, which was produced by Goldfinger's John Feldmann, in 1999 on Maverick. Touring around with bands like the RX Bandits, Everclear, Allister, Citizen King, and Student Rick, among others, the band also recorded their sophomore album with Mark Trombino before being dropped by Maverick...
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