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I am basically the biggest Spin Doctors freak ever. I have 47 of their songs, all from earlier albums and from 2005's "Nice Talking To Me". I refuse to purchase any songs from this album. 1. The Spin Doctors aren't the Spin Doctors without original guitarist, Eric Schenkman. 2. The songs sound like gospel music and not the tight musicianship, ripping guitar solos, funky basslines, and clever, fun-inflicted lyrics that I am used to hearing from them. 3. It really sets a sad mental image in your mind when you think of The Doctors' trajectory; they hit it big, and when Eric Schenkman left, the band's career slowly plummeted. They gave it a shot with this one, but it just wasn't the same. So if you like songs about gorillas and vampires, this is for you. But if you would rather stick to jams like Two Princes, among others, this is not your kind of music.


One of the songs kinda sounds more like Dr. Dre wrote the music and this album sounds nothing like anything else they ever did... but somehow.. its still kinda catchy.


Formed: 1988 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

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

There were many pseudo-hippie, jam-oriented blues rockers in New York during the early '90s, but only the Spin Doctors made it big. And they made it big because not only could they immerse themselves in a groove, they also had concise pop skills. "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong" and "Two Princes" were cleverly written singles, full of clean, blues-inflected licks and ingratiating pop melodies. Pocket Full of Kryptonite had been around for nearly a year when MTV and radio began playing "Little Miss Can't...
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