All The Hype That Money Can Buy
by Five Iron Frenzy
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Description of All The Hype That Money Can Buy by Five Iron Frenzy
All The Hype That Money Can Buy widely ranges in musical styles, from typical Five Iron Frenzy ska to praise, from mariachi/salsa to polka. In addition to the outstanding musical talent, Reese Roper (vocals/songwriter) seems to have outdone himself on this album. The lyrics really hit home. The song "Four-Fifty-One" speaks about the unwillingness of churches to "tamper with the walls of their sterile Christian bubble." "World Without End" is a beautiful praise song, singing of the vast love of God.
While Five Iron Frenzy definitely has the ability to write heartfelt lyrics, they are hillarious comedians as well. The album portrays their comedic side with songs about getting a haircut (The Phantom Mullet) to California bashing (You Probably Shouldn't Move Here) to liking a guy named Larry (I Still Like Larry).
||The Greatest Story Ever Told (00:03:20)
||Me Oh My (00:02:16)
||The Phantom Mullet (00:02:59)
||Ugly Day (00:03:37)
||You Probably Shouldn't Move Here (00:02:30)
||I Still Like Larry (00:00:32)
||All The Hype (00:03:05)
||It's Not Unusual (00:02:21)
||A New Hope (00:02:38)
||World Without End (00:03:45)
|Product:|| All The Hype That Money Can Buy|
|Recorded by:|| Five Iron Frenzy|
|Label Imprint:|| (C) 2000 Five Minute Walk Records|
|Format:|| Burn On Demand|
|Subject Category:|| Other|
|Playing Time:|| 00:45:16 minutes|
|Weight:|| 0.2 pounds|
|Length:|| 5 inches|
|Width:|| 5.5 inches|
|Height:|| 0.4 inches|
|Label:|| EMI CMG Distribution|
|Street Date:|| 1/1/2000|
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