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When compared to their previous album the 1996 debut Make Your Mama Proud, Fastball's All the Pain Money Can Buy shows that the group was steadily improving and honing its AAA
oots rock sound. The biggest difference between All the Pain Money Can Buy and their debut is that by spicing up their songs with horns and classic synthesizer sounds, Fastball created an album with greater musical variety. Produced by Julian Raymond and the band, the disc recalls the sound and approach of classic '70s rock, with the group stressing feel over precision. That doesn't stop the band from updating its vintage rock with '90s technology and sounds, however,...
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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
When compared to their previous album the 1996 debut Make Your Mama Proud, Fastball's All the Pain Money Can Buy shows that the group was steadily improving and honing its AAA
oots rock sound. The biggest difference between All the Pain Money Can Buy and their debut is that by spicing up their songs with horns and classic synthesizer sounds, Fastball created an album with greater musical variety. Produced by Julian Raymond and the band, the disc recalls the sound and approach of classic '70s rock, with the group stressing feel over precision. That doesn't stop the band from updating its vintage rock with '90s technology and sounds, however, as proven by the presence of a beatbox in the album's opener, "The Way." One of the best tracks, the laid-back and groovy "Which Way to the Top?," is a duet between Fastball's Miles Zuniga and female solo artist Poe. The horn section featured on the upbeat "G.O.D. Good Old Days" recalls early-period Chicago, while the band tackles the singer/songwriter genre of days past on "Out of My Head" with a mellow organ sound and introspective lyrics. If you like your classic rock with a little more grit and experimentation, Fastball are wholeheartedly recommended.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/10/1998
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • UPC: 720616213020
  • Catalog Number: 162130

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Fastball Primary Artist
Rick Braun Trumpet
Kim Bullard Organ, Keyboards
Dennis Farias Trumpet
Nick Lane Trombone
Doug Norwine Tenor Saxophone
Bennett Salvay Organ, Piano, Electric Piano
Greg Smith Baritone Saxophone
Poe Vocals
Miles Zuniga Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Tony Scalzo Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
Joey Shuffield Percussion, Drums
Guy Fantasy Background Vocals
Walt Vincent Piano
Erika Duke-Kirkpatrick Cello
Technical Credits
Joe Barresi Engineer
Kim Bullard Programming
Brian Gardner Mastering
Julian Raymond Producer
Bennett Salvay Horn Arrangements
Fastball Producer
Petronio Ortiz Illustrations
Jeff Groves Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Homecoming

    Fire escape is the best.It is on Buffy and is very catchy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Blown away

    Easily one of the best CDs I've ever picked up.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    you gotta love this!!!

    hey, this is great stuff!! and it's not just the first song, but the whole cd is just full of great and catchy songs...

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