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Released in the spring of 1977, with recordings covering a two-year period from November 1974 to November 1976, All Hopped Up is NRBQ's fifth album. But in many ways it showcases a new band with a new spirit, a new energy, and a new approach. It's the first album with drummer Tom Ardolino, who joined in August 1974 at the age of 19 and entered the recording studio just three month later. His joining signals the start of the edition of NRBQ that spanned almost 20 years while gaining notoriety for their blockbuster live performances and classic recordings. Along with all these noteworthy firsts, All Hopped Up also broke acres of new and fertile ground with it's broad mix of musical styles. "It Feels Good" and "Things to You" are poppier than anything previously released by NRBQ.
Released in the spring of 1977, with recordings covering a two-year period from November 1974 to November 1976, All Hopped Up is NRBQ's fifth album. But in many ways it showcases a new band with a new spirit, a new energy, and a new approach. It's the first album with drummer Tom Ardolino, who joined in August 1974 at the age of 19 and entered the recording studio just three month later. His joining signals the start of the edition of NRBQ that spanned almost 20 years while gaining notoriety for their blockbuster live performances and classic recordings. Along with all these noteworthy firsts, All Hopped Up also broke acres of new and fertile ground with it's broad mix of musical styles. "It Feels Good" and "Things to You" are poppier than anything previously released by NRBQ.
816651010370

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Format: CD
Label: OMRE
Rel. Date: 10/26/2018
UPC: 816651010370

All Hopped Up
Artist: NRBQ
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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Released in the spring of 1977, with recordings covering a two-year period from November 1974 to November 1976, All Hopped Up is NRBQ's fifth album. But in many ways it showcases a new band with a new spirit, a new energy, and a new approach. It's the first album with drummer Tom Ardolino, who joined in August 1974 at the age of 19 and entered the recording studio just three month later. His joining signals the start of the edition of NRBQ that spanned almost 20 years while gaining notoriety for their blockbuster live performances and classic recordings. Along with all these noteworthy firsts, All Hopped Up also broke acres of new and fertile ground with it's broad mix of musical styles. "It Feels Good" and "Things to You" are poppier than anything previously released by NRBQ.
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