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Album Review

Enuff Z'Nuff's fortunes were quickly spiraling out of control by the time they released their third album, Animals with Human Intelligence, in 1993. The previous year had seen them dropped by record company Atco (which had somehow managed to completely bury their incredible sophomore album, Strength), only to be snapped right back up by Arista Records — not exactly a force in hard rock circles either. Still, the band rose to the challenge with a strong, if erratic, effort, featuring such awesome examples of post-Cheap Trick melodic rock like "Right by Your Side" and "One Step Closer to You," as well as noticeably forced metallic numbers like "Black Rain" and "Master of Pain." Also on offer is one of the band's most psychedelic moments ("The Love Train"), a ballad to die for ("Innocence"), and an unquestionable career highlight in "Mary Anne Lost Her Baby," whose at once beautiful and terrifying melodies perfectly complement its painful portrayal of abortion-related guilt. Sadly, the band's new label proved as incompetent as their last and this album too would sink without a trace. Spectacularly named drummer Vikki Foxx added insult to injury by quitting to join Vince Neil's band as soon as the sessions for Animals wrapped; and with lead guitarist Derek Frigo also with one foot out the door, Enuff Z'Nuff's tragic, comic career began to slide into obscurity.

Customer Reviews

Simply Amazing

One of my favorite albums of all time. This is the first album of theirs that I heard, and all of their albums released after this one are instant classics. Amazing hooks. You can't get these songs out of your head.


This band is filled with great hooks, meaningful lyrical content and a groove you woun't find with harmonies like these. Chip and Donnie are solid are without a doubt the best duo in post-Beatle-esque pop-rock. Please don't deprive yourself a treat to the ears and give these guys a few tries. You deserve music this good. Lay back, open up, and enjoy.

Great Band…What is Explicit about them?

I started with this band in the very beginning. Saw them at Hammerjacks in Baltimore back in the day. They rock, what more can I say. Problem is iTunes and Amazon have listed EVERY long on this and the following album as “Explicit”. I don’t get it, especially the love ballads. Really? Maybe some page references to drug use on a couple of songs. This doesn’t make every track Explicit.


Formed: 1984 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

If there is such a thing as false advertising in rock & roll, then Enuff Z'nuff is one of its textbook examples. Packaged in garish peace-glam attire by their record company, the group was wrongly lumped in with the disposable pop-metal bands of the late '80s (Poison, Warrant, etc.) rather than appreciated for the truly gifted power pop act that they were. By the time they finally managed to shed their deceptive camouflage, it was much too late to turn public opinion, or their fortunes, around. ...
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