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Then More Than Ever

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Album Review

Released in 2000, Then More Than Ever features archival live recordings, capturing Blotto in concert at the height of their Dr. Demento-fueled popularity. If you're a devoted Blotto fan looking to relive the band's heyday and already have One Way's Collected Works best-of compilation, this is a great way to recapture the loose, entertaining showmanship of their live performances.

Customer Reviews

Brings me back

These guys were so much more awesome and fun live than on their albums, which were sort of flat sounding in comparison. This collection captures the energy and tightness they had as performers. I remember that whenever they played in Poughkeepsie you would see so many people you knew there, people with different musical tastes. Everybody knew that a Blotto show was a good time. This album is like a time machine.

Metal Head

I saw Blotto 48 times, mostly at "The Chance" in Poughkeepsie, NY. They were the funnest shows ever!

I wish they'd post the "Metal Head" and "I Wanna Be a Lifeguard" videos. They were awesome and could give the uninitiated a sense of how fun these guys were (are?).

Then More Than Ever

Vintage stuff - great to hear the band again. Now, if they would only include "Let's Eat" . . .

Biography

Formed: 1979 in Albany, NY

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the first unknown artists to capitalize on the MTV craze of the early '80s was a tongue-in-cheek New York band called Blotto. The group's novelty video for "I Wanna Be a Lifeguard" debuted on MTV during the initial hours of their premiere telecast and became an instant hit, remaining on their airwaves for months. Blotto originated as the Star-Spangled Washboard Band in the '70s. The group performed bluegrass songs and even appeared on Mike Douglas' national TV talk show. The band split up...
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