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Pictures and Memories from home

by Three Bad Jacks

Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. I've Been around
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2. I want some more
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3. Run away with me
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4. Noah's and Jacob's song
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5. One two two two
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6. Pictures and Memories from home
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7. Beautiful
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8. Harry and Betty
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9. Tell me what's on your mind
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10. X marks the spot
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11. Pricks and thorns
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Scott Leigh

3rd Best Three Bad Jacks CD
I was excited to see that Three Bad Jacks had finally put out a new CD (it's been 6 years since their previous one). I figured this one had to be better than the last two if they took so long to work on the new songs. To my dismay, this is definitely their weakest effort so far. The songs feel forced, like they felt they HAD to put out a new album and threw together the songs, right down to the song "Pricks and Thorns" about a sadistic woman. Come on guys, you did that song already...remember on your first album "Ooo, Love Hurts"? Then there's "Noah's and Jacob's Song" which screams, " kids" (said in my best tortured comic book superhero cadence). The production on this CD is okay, but it's not as good as the production on Crazy In The Head (their previous CD).

I checked in to the band's website and was greeted with a picture of Three Bad Jacks version 14.0 or something of the sort. How many different bassists and drummers have been in this band anyway? I guess it must be fun seeing them since it's like seeing a different band every time (although from the youtube vids I've seen, all the bassists do the same stage moves...maybe there's a training camp somewhere for prospective TBJ bass players), but I digress...

All things considered, I say find it for free and download it if you feel like your life will be incomplete without a complete TBJ collection. If you're a moderate or casual fan, you can skip this CD and keep listening to their previous two efforts.