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Enuff Z'nuff

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Fly High Michelle
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New Thing
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Baby Loves You
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Bullet From A Gun
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There Goes My Heart
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Right By Your Side
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She Wants More
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Mother's Eyes
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Life Is Strange
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Wheels
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 41:03

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not their 1st album

ultimatepunch

this is a ktel compilation featuring tracks mostly from their first 2 albums. not their debut album as some have said here.

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thy art quite the critic!

Guitarrock

EZN`s debut is a welcome addition to emusic`s tasty hair metal catalogue, and it is a mandatory download for all members of the league for the decimation of grunge rock

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Late-'80s excess, barely redeemed...

MatthewB

...by hints that, underneath the stadium drums and ludicrously squealing guitars, Enuff Z'nuff was really a neo-psychedelic power-pop band. The buzz-saw "New Thing" (originally the album opener, here bumped to second) remains a tremendous sonic blast and absolutely worth downloading. Inexplicably, the album's other strong rocker, "For Now," doesn't appear on this reissue and isn't on eMusic at all. "Fly High Michelle" is more than a little generic but remains tuneful, though one has to overlook the synth-drenched production and drums dragging uncomfortably behind the beat.

They Say All Music Guide

Often overlooked because of their role in the ill-fated hair-metal craze of the late ’80s, Enuff Z’nuff actually shares more common ground with power-pop luminaries Cheap Trick and Badfinger than with the lipstick-and-leather crowd. Their self-titled major label debut boasts one of the best power-pop singles of the late ’80s with “New Thing,” which features Donnie Vie’s raspy vocals set against a backdrop of whimsical guitar-powered melody. “For Now” captures more of the same magic that makes “New Thing” so refreshing, while “Fly High Michelle” reveals the band’s fondness for psychedelic ballads. The contemplative “I Could Never Be Without You” shows a serious streak that offsets the obviously lighthearted approach of boisterous tracks like “Hot Little Summer Girl” and “Kiss the Clown.” Where Enuff Z’nuff falters is their tendency to let songs get bogged down by excessive guitar ramblings. The nearly seven-minute long “In the Groove” falls victim to this unfortunate fate, sputtering and failing to ever really get off the ground. Overall, the good far exceeds the bad on this impressive debut, proving that Enuff Z’nuff deserves more respect than they’ll probably ever receive. – Michael Frey

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