Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives | Second and Eighteen

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Second and Eighteen

by Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives

After millennia of recorded human history, music is still the best thing in the world, and here are eighteen reasons why. From the crunchy rock exterior to the creamy pop center, it's all good.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. Hey
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2. Time Cube
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3:29 $0.99
3. Leopold
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4. Without You
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5. Don't Look Right
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6. Red Integra
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7. I Will Deny
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8. Wake Up
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9. You Broke My Brain
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10. I Don't Want to Hear About Your Crappy Boyfriend
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11. Pollard Saves the Day
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12. I Don't Say Anything
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13. Country Mo-fo
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14. The Benefits of Language
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15. I Push Her Buttons
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16. I Get By
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17. Tatooine
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18. Head Like a Hole
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Album Notes
Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives, purveyors of fine quality rock to the Greater Boston area for over a decade, return with a CD chock full of delicious songs both sweet and sour. If you are at all interested in the amorous adventures of conductor Leopold Stokowski, the perils of being hit on by someone already in a relationship, the advantages to humanity provided by the use of speech, the dangers of backing up into someone's car, the joys of listening to Guided By Voices, or the hellish ecology of Luke Skywalker's home planet, you've come to the right place.


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Peter Eck

Yes, "Hey" and "I Get By" were made popular by Guitar hero and Rock Band. But the less known songs on this album are great too. My personal favorite is "Don't Look Right" followed closely by "Tatoonie" or "I Get By."
Definently a must have if you enjoyed their "famous" songs.


Second and Eighteen
Awesome album, I love Hey, I Will Deny, and Wake Up, just to name a few of my favorites. The whole CD is really great though; I'm really glad that Guitar Hero and Rock Band are helping Honest Bob get their music out there.

John Cater

This CD: Fucking Brilliant
I've long been a fan of Honest Bob, and their first album is one of my all-time favorites. This album surpasses that mark.

Honest Bob sits in the sweet spot between writing songs that are too busy being funny and songs that take themselves too seriously. The lyrics are great, the music is very tight and well-done, and I dare you to listen without people around you asking what you're singing along to.

I can't tell you what the best track on the album is: they're all too good. I can tell you, though, that if you listen close and follow the lyrics, you'll have a great time, and then like me you'll wish Honest Bob would come to your town.

charles short

love the song HEY on guitar hero
love listening to this cd


Love it!


Scratches the nerd and hipster itch.
Solid, often amusing lyrics set to some of the catchiest guitar hooks I've ever heard. Second & Eighteen manages to keep its sense of humor without sacrificing musicianship or variety. Everyone's in on the joke with Honest Bob and the Factory to Dealer Incetives' second album, Second & Eighteen.

Zachary Orlando

Not Bad At All
I liked the cd. A few of the songs reminded me alot of R.E.M.'s songs. I hope to see some more new cds from Honest Bob & The Factory-To-Dealer Incentives.

Scott Jones

Best CD purchase of 2005
OK, so I bought this CD cause a friend of mine was like "You gotta hear these guys!". Not knowing what to expect, I dropped the CD into the player, and the rest is history. I have listened to it now maybe 30 times, and discover new and interesting things to love about it each time. First, the lyrics will grab your attention straight off, which make the songs fun to listen to, and before you know it, the vocal melodies and guitar riffs have you hooked. I have caught myself singing some of their tunes in the shower on more than a few occasions. And track #18? A nice touch at the end. It is a rare treat indeed to stumble upon work of art like this and find so much enjoyment. Thank you Honest Bob.

Adam V.

This is an amazing album full of witty lyrics and excellent melodies. A+++

Brandon Zarzyczny

Amazing CD
This cd is amazing, I love it! I've been listening to the songs for awhile, and You Broke My Brain is currently the most played song on my ipod. Some other stand out songs are Time Cube (hillarious if you understand the reference, just google it) Don't Look Right, and Tatooine. I love this album and this band, it's incredibly original while still being catchy, it's a must buy.
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