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Appalling and Ridiculous

by The Bison Chips

The Bison Chips are Bucknell University's premiere all-male a cappella group, formed over 35 years ago. The Chips cover a wide range of musical styles: everything from traditional barbershop and choral music to more contemporary pop and Top 40 songs.
Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
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1. The Zephyr Song
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2. Walking in Memphis
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3. Aeroplane
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4. Walk on the Ocean
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5. Melissa
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6. If You Could Only See
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7. Ave Maria
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8. Brandy
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9. Either Way
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10. Africa/Love the One You're With
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11. Blackbird
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12. Karma Police
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13. Baby Driver
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14. When We Dance
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15. Save Tonight
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16. See You Soon
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17. Coney Island Baby
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18. Bonus Track
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The Bison Chips are Bucknell University's Premiere All- Male A Cappella Group. The Chips were formed over 35 years ago and have performed for thousands of fans across the nation. They are hand picked at the start of each school year not only for their singing talents, but also for their personalities and performance skills. Jumping at every opportunity to perform, The Chips can always be found singing for charity events, serenading sorority girls, or putting on a show at the ever popular Chipfest. With a wide range of musical styles, these true gentlemen always have something up their sleeves to please every audience.


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Frank Macallan

These guys are incredible
Theses guys are upholding the tradition of college a cappella with style. I was impressed by their talent and blend. Great song selection.

Aaron lewis

Simply Amazing and original
I found this sheerly on accident and find it amazing what these students have accomplished and would be honored to meet them when I travel North this summer on vacation in New York.


This CD is one of the best that the Bison Chips have done! The extra track is awesome too!


Amazing music...for a cappella lovers and just plain music lovers.
Some of the best a cappella I've ever heard. The arrangements are incredible and you don't have to like a cappella to love this album. Great songs, rockin out at times, cool and beautiful at others. A must-have for your collection!

Rolling Stone Magazine

Bison Chips take a cappella music to the next level...
"Appalling and Ridiculous" combines masterful tone/pitch blending and unique arrangements to make up an excellent album. The Chips have come a long way, focusing on more contemporary music and adding scads of vocal percussion, while still staying true to their roots. Tried and true favorites like "Coney Island Baby" and "Ave Maria" show their developed knowledge of traditional barbershop and sacred music, while modern pop arrangements such as "The Zephyr Song" and "Walking in Memphis" demonstrate a creative understanding of current hits.