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Customer Reviews

Smart, fun pop

Full of hooks, and funny without being "novelty." Clever rhymes are matched with interesting song construction in case you don't feel like paying too much attention. A few tracks leap out on first listen: Without you, I Get By, and Tatooine, but like all good albums, after a few more listens I found myself in love with more and more songs. Current favorites that took some warming up to: Pollard Saves the Day, I Don't Want to Hear About Your Crappy Boyfriend, and Time cube. (The Head Like a Hole cover is also hilarious.)

This is, by far, the most amazing album ever created.

...aside from "It's Not As Bad As I'm Making It Sound". But that's saying a lot. HBatFtDI's are love 'em or hate 'em, and I happen to love them. A lot. So buy it. A lot.

mhm

pretty sweet cd, hey is my favorite though, specially form guitar hero

Second and Eighteen, Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 2004

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