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Smash Mouth

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Download links and information about Smash Mouth by Smash Mouth. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Reggae, Pop, Ska, Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 44:47 minutes.

Artist: Smash Mouth
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Reggae, Pop, Ska, Alternative
Tracks: 13
Duration: 44:47
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Holiday in My Head 2:40
2. Your Man 3:36
3. Pacific Coast Party 2:58
4. She Turns Me On 3:12
5. Sister Psychic 3:16
6. Out of Sight 2:56
7. Force Field 3:49
8. Shoes 'n' Hats 2:48
9. Hold You High 3:01
10. The In Set 3:41
11. Disenchanted 4:16
12. Keep It Down 5:31
13. I'm a Believer (Radio) 3:03

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Smash Mouth is easy to like and easy to hate, depending on your point of view. It's easy to see why some listeners could get irritated at their incandescent, irrepressibly sunny sound, especially if it's pounded out on the radio endlessly; so it seems like every station has adopted "All Star" as their personal signature. But it's easy to love them for the reason they got to that status: their effortless way of updating classic frat rock to sound breezy, hip, and fun, thanks to their healthy love of surf and new wave. They do this best on their singles, of course — unless they're covering a straight-up oldies like the Monkees' "I'm a Believer," which is simply too predictable; they're much better when they're tackling Let's Active ("Every Word Means No") or the Four Seasons via Fun Boy Three ("Can't Get Enough of You, Babe") — but they can be just as endearing on their album cuts, as their strong, eponymous third effort shows. There are no new tricks here by any stretch (except the sub-Blur electronic piss-take "Keep It Down"), but it's all done sharply, melodically, and happily. If you've grooved on Smash Mouth's singles and want more of the same, this delivers reliably, which may be an unadorned pleasure for some and a guilty one for others.