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Foxy Shazam

Released on 25 October 2010

Artist: Foxy Shazam

(2 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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Tracks:
13
Duration:
00:49:28
Format:
MP3
Quality:
256 kbps
Size:
94.98 MB

Album saving:  £3.88  compared to buying all the tracks

Track Duration Price/Buy
1. Intro/Bombs Away (Album Version)   00:03:21 £0.99
2. Wanna-be Angel (Album Version)   00:03:22 £0.99
3. Count Me Out (Album Version)   00:03:46 £0.99
4. Bye Bye Symphony (Album Version)   00:04:04 £0.99
5. Unstoppable (Album Version)   00:03:34 £0.99
6. Second Floor (Album Version)   00:04:00 £0.99
7. Oh Lord (Album Version)   00:04:11 £0.99
8. Connect (Album Version)   00:03:27 £0.99
9. The Only Way To My Heart... (Album Version)   00:04:44 £0.99
10. Killin' It (Album Version)   00:03:58 £0.99
11. Evil Thoughts (Album Version)   00:04:18 £0.99
12. Teenage Demon Baby (Album Version)   00:03:36 £0.99
13. Some Kind Of Love (Album Version)   00:03:07 £0.99

customer Reviews

 Average rating (2 reviews)

 What an album.

| | See all smoore528's reviews (8)

In my opinion, one of the most explosive albums of 2010. Bye Bye Symphony and Teenage Demon Baby would have to be my two favorites - but trust me, all of the tracks are good. There doesn't actually seem to be any filler on this album, from the first song to the last, they're all very good.

With an extremely talented vocalist at their helm, and an enormous sound from the other instruments - this band will go far.

 Buy this album now!

| | See all Funder's reviews (1)

Foxy Shazam is, simply, one of the best albums I have heard this year. With explosive songs like Bombs Away and Wanna-Be Angel through to ballads like Bye Bye Symphony and Evil Thoughts, it is so diverse.
One of the highlights would have to be the first single Oh Lord, a song which will have you shouting the lyrics out loud without even realising. Practically every song on this album could be a single, and Foxy Shazam is a classic in the making.