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Sugar Free Allstars

by Sugar Free Allstars

This album established SFA's ecclectic, groove-oriented style that they continue as a Hammond/drum duo
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Exercise the Demon
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2. He's Okay (the Spider Song)
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3. Africa
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4. Somebody Like You
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5. Cardboard Box
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6. Deep Dark Well
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7. Jeebus!
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8. Bet You'd Like To Know
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9. Tell Me Your Name
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10. When You Come Around
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11. Bonus Track
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Album Notes
This is Sugar Free Allstars' debut album, when the band was a trio. Featuring Mike Satawake on guitar and Andy Moore on the drums this release was the one that got the band off the ground. With tunes that range from the quirky "He's Okay (The Spider Song)", to the bluesy, guitar-driven "Deep Dark Well", to the Motown-inspired "When You Come Around", to the straight up pop of "Africa", this album established SFA's ecclectic, groove-oriented style that they continue as a Hammond/drum duo. This album is a must for any fan.


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Dr. Famine Bones

Buy their other CD first.
Cardboard box is the sweetest song I've ever heard.