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The Reality Of My Surroundings

by Fishbone

The Reality Of My Surroundings by Fishbone

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The Reality Of My Surroundings

by Fishbone

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Label: Columbia
Marked by the band's sometimes astonishing technical ability, this third album from the late '80s/early '90s alterna-rock phenoms dispenses with the ska they first turned heads with and replaces it with heavy funk dipped in metal. Don't worry, though: These dudes are still total spazzes, and "Housework" brings back the reggae with a vengeance. Hits "Everyday Sunshine" (as funky and soulful as Billy Preston) and "Sunless Saturday" (they sound like Styx!) made the charts for a reason, but the real fun lies in seeing which direction each song takes. Could be anywhere.

About This Album

Marked by the band's sometimes astonishing technical ability, this third album from the late '80s/early '90s alterna-rock phenoms dispenses with the ska they first turned heads with and replaces it with heavy funk dipped in metal. Don't worry, though: These dudes are still total spazzes, and "Housework" brings back the reggae with a vengeance. Hits "Everyday Sunshine" (as funky and soulful as Billy Preston) and "Sunless Saturday" (they sound like Styx!) made the charts for a reason, but the real fun lies in seeing which direction each song takes. Could be anywhere.

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About This Album

Marked by the band's sometimes astonishing technical ability, this third album from the late '80s/early '90s alterna-rock phenoms dispenses with the ska they first turned heads with and replaces it with heavy funk dipped in metal. Don't worry, though: These dudes are still total spazzes, and "Housework" brings back the reggae with a vengeance. Hits "Everyday Sunshine" (as funky and soulful as Billy Preston) and "Sunless Saturday" (they sound like Styx!) made the charts for a reason, but the real fun lies in seeing which direction each song takes. Could be anywhere.