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Toxic Audio: Chemistry

Blinded Me With Science
Listen to the Music
Voices Carry
Putting Words Into My Mouth
God Must've Spent a Little Less Time on You
Paperback Writer
Easter Island
Stand By Me
Autumn Leaves
Do It in the Road
Tunnel Vision
Turn the Beat Around

2000 Harmony Sweeps Champions, (and hilarious hosts of the 2001 Finals), the third CD of the 3 men and 2 women who are Toxic Audio has been much anticipated here, and we are happy to report that "Chemistry" is a smash! The CD begins with a wonderfully wacky "She Blinded Me With Science," the Doobie Bros' hit "Listen to the Music," "Hush" with a really cool vocal "bass" solo, "Words," with a very cool "rap" sequence, a sneakily funny parody, "God Must Have Spent A Little Less Time On You," with the line, "you're so ugly, when you were born, instead of slapping you, they slapped your mom," "Paperback Writer," Throat Culture's "I want a head like the heads you see on Easter Island, I want to stare at the seaside and do nothing." Next is "Stand By Me," a jazzy "Autumn Leaves," first in French and then upbeat in English, an ultra funky "Why Don't We Do It in the Road," a Michael Jackson song, and the disco hit, "Turn the Beat Around, which vocally segues into the drum solo from the surfer hit, "Wipeout." "Chemistry" is a winner and highly recommended!

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Harmony Sweepstakes National Champions 2004

Item code: 6995C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Contemporary | A Cappella | Mixed | United States
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