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Format: CD
Sku: 60135860
UPC: 724383570324
UPC 14: 00724383570324
Release Date: 2/20/1996
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Fun Lovin' Criminal, The ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
2. Passive/Aggressive ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
3. Grave And The Constant, The ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
4. Scooby Snacks ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
5. Smoke 'Em ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
6. Bombin' The L ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
7. I Can't Get With That ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
8. King Of New York ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
9. We Have All The Time In The World ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
10. Bear Hug ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
11. Come Find Yourself ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
12. Crime And Punishment ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals
13. Methadonia ~ Fun Lovin' Criminals

Album Notes and Credits

Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Fun Lovin' Criminals: Huey (vocals, guitar); Fast, Steve.
Muze PNote Recorded at Steve Rosenthal's Magic Shop, New York, New York from April 25 to May 20, 1995.
Muze PNote Recording information: Steve Rosenthal's Magic Shop, New York, NY (04/25/1995-05/20/1995); Vinny's Music Service, New York, NY (04/25/1995-05/20/1995).
Muze PNote The Fun Lovin' Criminals debut release, COME FIND YOURSELF, is both a catchy love letter to the trio's New York City roots and a mid-'90s rap rock party album. Vocalist and guitarist Hugh Morgan, keyboardist and bassist Brian Leiser, and original drummer Steve Borgovini met at New York City's famed Limelight nightclub in the early '90s and started as a stand-in for bands who failed to show up. From that point on, Fun Lovin' Criminals cultivated their hip-hop beats, bluesy rhythms, and pop-culture themed rhymes. Heavily dominating the lyrical content are references to gritty urban living, samples from Tarantino movies, and send-ups of organized crime, as exemplified on the track "King of New York," boasting the sing-song chorus "La Di Da Di, Free John Gotti." Even though the band touches on dark themes, the music is energetic and funky enough to keep it from being too subversive. In the end, COME FIND YOURSELF is a perfectly crafted summertime party album.

Producer: Fun Lovin' Criminals

Engineer: Tim Latham

Artist Overview

Emerging amidst the alternative-rock boom of the 1990s, New York City's Fun Lovin' Criminals allied themselves with the more urban aspects of that scene, working in a funk/hip-hop influence much like fellow acts G. Love & Special Sauce and Soul Coughing. While the band's '96 major-label debut, COME FIND YOURSELF, was FLC's only album to receive much attention in the U.S., thanks largely to the carefree single "Scooby Snacks," the ensemble found a surprisingly dedicated following in the U.K., with some succeeding outings reaching the heights of the British album charts.

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 02/20/1996
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1996
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 35703
Music Label Name Label : Capitol
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00724383570324

Professional Reviews

Rolling Stone (4/4/96, p.60)
- 3 Stars (out of 5)
- "...using samples, loops, and scratches--with standard funk bass and beats--FLC stake a larger claim on hip-hop tools than G. Love [& Special Sauce] ever attempted..."

Q (7/96, p.110)
- 4 Stars (out of 5)
- "...a vibrant splatterfest of urban hip hop, full of stomping beats, razor sharp ribald lyrics, fresh and frazzled samples and a compellingly crunchy set of melodies....They play fast and loose with wise-guy iconography against a crisp and bouncy backbeat..."

NME (Magazine)
(12/21-28/96, pp.66-67)
- Ranked #21 in NME's 1996 critic's poll.

NME (Magazine)
(6/29/96, p.54)
- 8 (out of 10)
- "...Where there should be grimaces, there are grins. Where there should be realism, there is surrealism....shooting out increasing bizarre shades of blissfully screwed up as it is listenable..."

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