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Fishbone 101 - Nuttasaurusmeg Fossil Fuelin' the Fonkay


Download links and information about Fishbone 101 - Nuttasaurusmeg Fossil Fuelin' the Fonkay by Fishbone. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Rock, Metal, Reggae, Ska, Alternative genres. It contains 36 tracks with total duration of 02:26:09 minutes.

Artist: Fishbone
Release date: 1996
Genre: Rock, Metal, Reggae, Ska, Alternative
Tracks: 36
Duration: 02:26:09
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No. Title Length
1. Party At Ground Zero 6:28
2. ? (Modern Industry) [Edit] 3:49
3. Ugly 2:50
4. Lyin' Ass Bitch 4:15
5. When Problems Arise 3:54
6. A Selection 3:00
7. Cholly 2:48
8. It's a Wonderful Life (Gonna Have a Good Time) 3:03
9. Freddie's Dead 4:29
10. Ma and Pa 3:18
11. Bonin' In the Boneyard 4:44
12. Change 2:56
13. Fight the Youth (Edit) 4:00
14. Sunless Saturday 4:17
15. Everyday Sunshine (Edit) 3:57
16. Lemon Meringue 6:10
17. Black Flowers (Edit) 4:33
18. Unyielding Conditioning (Edit) 3:59
19. Skankin' to the Beat (Vinyl Only) 3:29
20. Lyin' Ass Bitch 4:25
21. Mister Zero 2:34
22. Alcoholic 4:50
23. Fishbone (Is Red Hot) 2:49
24. Pink Vapor Stew 6:34
25. And They Prey On You 5:22
26. Poem Dance / Instrumental 3:42
27. Game of Destruction 3:49
28. Glow In the Dark 5:17
29. What Have I Done 5:14
30. Skankin' to the Beat 2:51
31. ? (Modern Industry) 3:39
32. Slick Nick, You Devil You (Vinyl Only) 4:40
33. Iration 4:36
34. Just Call Me Scrooge (Vinyl Only) 2:31
35. Love and B******t (Promo Only) 1:58
36. The Goose 5:19



In this two-disc retrospective of Fishbone’s career, the first part contains a fairly standard program of Fishbone’s greatest hits. Here we watch the group transform from the uproarious ska jesters of “Ugly” to the monstrously heavy funk band of “Sunless Saturday.” What remained unchanged throughout Fishbone's career was its commitment to merriment and unpredictability. This is part of why the second disc—with demos, B-sides, and other lost recordings—feels just as essential as the songs from the first. Making sure everything had a slightly cacophonous, improvisatory feel was central to Fishbone’s mission. “Pink Vapor Stew” is recognizable as a protean version of “Party at Ground Zero,” while “Alcoholic” was later rerecorded for 1996’s overlooked Chim-Chim’s Badass Revenge. New and old fans alike should delight in true oddities such as “Slick Nick, You Devil You,” “Mister Zero," and an epic cover of Parliament’s “The Goose.” Lest anyone assume this band was nothing but manic energy and silliness, listen to “What Have I Done,” a mournful reading of a timeless reggae rhythm.