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    Mushura

    6 years ago

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    Dec 17,  · The band’s first album after the departure of original bassist Sandy Smallens. He was replaced by Mutiny producer William Wittman, who also produced this album. The blanket on the CD cover folds down to reveal the couple in their underwear, with the woman holding a remote and watching television/5(3).
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    Mazurr

    6 years ago

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    An aptly-named album, 's Finally was Too Much Joy's first release in nearly four years. Having been through the major-label mangle and a key personnel change (replacing founding member Sandy Smallens with veteran producer William Wittman, whose decidedly non-punk credits include Air Supply, the Outfield and Cyndi Lauper), the group are rejuvenated here, 5/
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    Arashizshura

    6 years ago

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    Too Much Joy are the kind of guys you root for to make it. It is unfortunate as their chances seem to be fading unless they pull a rabbit out of a hat. The last song pretty much waves the white flag. As always it is a great personal song that exposes a naked truth to close the album.4/4(6).
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    Shakataxe

    6 years ago

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    An album by Too Much Joy on Napster Half Life. Play I'm Your Wallet. Play Skyline. Play A New England. Play Play full-length songs from finally by Too Much Joy on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. An album by Too Much Joy .
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    Gukasa

    6 years ago

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    Find Too Much Joy song information on AllMusic. Breezy, often tongue-in-cheek, power pop band scored a few memorable modern rock hits in the s & '90s.
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    Mum

    6 years ago

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    Explore releases from Too Much Joy at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Too Much Joy at the Discogs Marketplace. Too Much Joy Finally (Album) 2 versions: Discovery Records: US: Sell This Version: 2 versions PRO-CD Too Much Joy: Crush Story (Single).
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    Morr

    6 years ago

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    Half Life, a song by Too Much Joy on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
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    Mazukora

    6 years ago

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    Too Much Joy are the kind of guys you root for to make it. It is unfortunate as their chances seem to be fading unless they pull a rabbit out of a hat. The last song pretty much waves the white flag. As always it is a great personal song that exposes a naked truth to close the album.