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Along with their perpetual penchant for binge drinking anthems (like the instantly enjoyable “Hooray For Beer”), Bowling for Soup still make memorably punky power pop on their seventh studio album. Though now pushing 40, singer Jaret Reddick muses on less sexually themed adult situations. In the opening “A Really Cool Dance Song” he sings that the only way he’ll be able to pay the mortgage is by riding shotgun on the dance song bandwagon (the tune itself makes fun of Lady GaGa-styled dance-pop with cartoonish synthesizer sounds and an exaggerated disco beat). Of course the band still plays their signature style of juvenile joke-rock as heard on the work-dodging number, “No Hablo Inglés” and the phallically metaphoric “My Wena.” They take a detour on “Me With No You,” an actual heartfelt ballad that unveils enough honestly lovelorn sentiment for someone like Taylor Swift to cover — which is strategic on Reddick’s part because after all this partying, it may take a break-up/make-up song to get him out of the doghouse.

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Different than other Albums...Sorry For Partyin

I love BFS, they are a happy wonderful band!! They keep a smile on my face and yours (admit it). Ever since drunk enough to dance they have hit the big scene and haven't let it get to them. They open this album by changing up style with A Really Cool Dance Song, that is downright, one of the most hilarious songs i've ever heard. They continue the fun with No Hablo Ingles, and all the way down to Me With No You, where they take the serious approach that When We Die brough to The Great Burrito Extortion Case. They keep it going with a different type of song in I Gotchoo. A different style but, one of the lyrically best songs they've ever written. They end it with I Can't Stand L.A. where they list too many cities to count, but it's fun to sing along with.

Did BFS bring it with them in this album? You bet, don't forget or regret it.
Hot Tracks: A Really Cool Dance Song, No Hablo Ingles, I Gotchoo
Songs That Need Work: Ya Right, Jaret Reddick was too smart for us.

Yet again, BFS has won my heart

Honestly, I was slightly worried that the band could not have yet another amazing album.
Boy was I wrong! They are brilliant! The second the first song started, I was overcome with tears of joy, goosebumps and a smile that hurt my face for hours after I listened to the entire CD! Buy this album! Bowling For Soup does an AMAZING job thinking of their fans and trying to make them smile, laugh and relate. I honestly can't get enough of them as a band. They are always there to make you smile. They are always there to make you laugh. You always will feel better when you listen to them. Brilliant. I can't live without my Bowling For Soup. And this album is now close to being my favorite album of all time. They seriously are true gems in the music industry!

Gets better with every new release

I've been a fan of Bowling For Soup since Warp Tour 2001 and I look forward to each new CD like it's Christmas. I've had the CD for less than 48 hours and already songs like BFFF & Hooray For Beer are joining the list of my all time favorite BFS songs. Anyone who hasn't bought this CD or seen them live is truly missing out!


Formed: 1994 in Wichita Falls, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Cheeky punk-pop outfit Bowling for Soup were formed in 1994 in Wichita Falls, Texas, featuring lead vocalist/guitarist Jaret Reddick, guitarist/vocalist Chris Burney, bassist Erik Chandler, and drummer Gary Wiseman. However, they didn't rise beyond local prominence until 1997, when a heavy touring schedule helped broaden their fan base and landed them opening spots for nationally prominent punk and ska bands. The following year, Bowling for Soup recorded a debut EP for the local FFROE label, titled...
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Sorry for Partyin' (Deluxe Version), Bowling for Soup
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  • $12.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Alternative, Punk
  • Released: Oct 08, 2009

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