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Mekong - The Refreshments - Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy (CD, Album)

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  1. The Refreshments' debut album is a fun slab of blues rock, a welcome departure from the post-grunge and punk revival sound that dominated charts in While not really a hit upon its release ("Banditos" was a minor MTV hit), the album deserves a listen. Fave tracks: "Mekong", "Mexico", "Nada", "Banditos".
  2. The band is best known for the single " Banditos " from their breakthrough album Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy, and also for " Yahoos and Triangles ", the theme song to the long-running animated series King of the Hill. The latter was a piece the band traditionally performed at soundchecks.
  3. May 30,  · referencing Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy, LP, Album, B My pressing is VERY noisy and badly warped. Lots of surface noise and pops that can be heard between songs and during quiet passages even after a good cleaning and rinse with the vinyl vac/5(82).
  4. Feb 27,  · This album started my love for this band more than a decade ago. This album was made when they still thought about albums and not just songs, it has a flow to it that you require from a good album. Listen to a few of the songs from the Refreshments on Prime, if you like the tempo of the music the song writing will impress nornadefuldecarfgladtabfighnessticum.coinfos:
  5. Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the album Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy by The Refreshments on iHeartRadio!
  6. Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy by Refreshments () Audio CD out of 5 stars 2. Audio CD. $ Straight Up Mekong. Mekong. Listen Now $ 5. Don't Wanna Know. Don't Wanna Know. Listen Now $ 6. This is most definately not that sort of CD. Every song on this album is good; some are simply great! I really like the /5().
  7. Hailing from Tempe, AZ, the Refreshments launched their short-lived career as a solid frat boy band, and Fizzy, Fuzzy, Big & Buzzy captures that period with muscled guitar riffs and strong vocals.8/
  8. Artist: The Refreshments Album: Fizzy, Fuzzy, Big & Buzzy Appears On (Mixes): Dub Club: HEY! Where's All The They Might Be Giants?! - Matt. Song Notes: This is a great song from the first Refreshments album, a bit of a sadder one than they often did. Unfortunately, they broke up after their second record, although half of them are now in Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, who are pretty .

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