- Performer:Fun Lovin' Criminals
- Title:Welcome to Poppy's
- Style:Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative Rap,Alternative/Indie Rock
- Date of release:September 9, 2003
- Recording location:The Magic Shop, New York, NY
- Size FLAC version1976 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1192 megabytes
- Size WMA version1691 megabytes
- Formats:AA XM MP4 FLAC MPC VQF
Welcome To Poppy's (CD, Album). Sony BMG Music Entertainment. The same cannot be said for the Fun Lovin' Criminals. All they bring in fact from the same cd for the fifth time with a sound somewhere between the Stereo MC's and at the time of The Clash Sandinista, yet they go nowhere bored. Through the sophisticated use of catchy melodies all songs sound like you've heard them before. You can basically already sing along halfway through the number. But yet it remains fresh. Toppers enough on Welcome To poppy's to again enough hits to score
Fun Lovin' Criminals are a band from New York City. Their musical style is eclectic, covering styles such as hip hop, rock, blues, jazz, R&B, punk, and funk. They are best known for their hit "Scooby Snacks", which features samples from films by Quentin Tarantino, and the song "Love Unlimited", which recalls Barry White's backing vocal group. After parting company with EMI the band was picked up by Sanctuary Records in the UK, under which they released their fourth studio album Welcome to Poppy's (2003). The best-selling single from the album reached No. 61. EMI continued to release the band's back catalog, as well as unreleased songs on two more albums.
In other words this is a Fun Lovin' Criminals album for people who fear change. After taking a couple of years out to run a lounge bar and pizzeria, Huey, Fast, and brand new drummer Mark from Leicester have brought us FLC by numbers on their own DiFontaine label. FLC switch effortlessly between different musical styles. There's the Noo Yoik gangster (ending in er not a) trips of Fun Lovin' Criminals and "Scooby Snacks" mimicked here with "You Got A Problem" and "Stray Bullet". This versatility can be a disadvantage though and Welcome To Poppy's suffers from too many mood swings on its fifteen tracks. Interestingly, the best moments on Poppy's come from less familiar FLC territory. You Just Can't Have It All" is a fragile ballad while"Beautiful" is verging on the Tom Petty.
Album by Fun Lovin' Criminals. Too Hot. Stray Bullet. Living On The Streets. Lost It All. Friday Night. What Had Happened? Got Our Love. MusicBrainz: Welcome To Poppy's.
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The Fun Lovin' Criminals (often referred to by their acronym, FLC) is an American alternative hip hop, alternative rock group from New York City. Their musical style is primarily eclectic, covering styles such as hip hop, rock, funk, blues and jazz. Their songs often deal with life in New York City, as well as urban life in general. Their songs are often gritty or existentialist in nature, but are just as often humorous or satirical. According to Huey they sold approximately 10 million albums worldwide. The band gained a large following internationally, notably in northwest Europe, around the release of their first two albums in the late nineties.
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Welcome to Poppy's is the fourth studio album by the band Fun Lovin' Criminals. It was released on September 9, 2003. Studio album by. Fun Lovin' Criminals chronology. Scooby Snacks: The Collection (2003). Welcome to Poppy's (2003). A's, B's and Rarities (2004). Singles from Welcome to Poppy's. Too Hot" Released: September 2003. Beautiful" Released: February 2004.
CreditsGlenn Ayers - Voices
Timo Ellis - Drums, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Fun Lovin' Criminals - Composer, Primary Artist
Juan Bautista Sánchez García - Assistant
Gabriel Hunter - Art Direction, Artwork, Photography
Tim Latham - Engineer, Mixing
UE Nastasi - Mastering
The Potatoes - Vocals
Dante Ross - Arranger
Southern Underground Vinyl Attack - Photography, Vocals
Sean Taylor - Assistant
|1||Too Hot Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||3:16|
|2||Stray Bullet Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||2:47|
|3||Living on the Streets Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||3:45|
|4||Lost It All Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||3:01|
|5||Friday Night Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||4:18|
|6||You Got a Problem Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||2:56|
|7||Running for Cover Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||4:21|
|8||Take Me Back Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||3:32|
|9||What Had Happened? Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||4:27|
|10||Got Our Love Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||4:02|
|11||This Sick World Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||4:10|
|12||Steak Knife Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||3:31|
|13||Beautiful Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||4:28|
|14||Baby Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||3:20|
|15||You Just Can't Have It All Fun Lovin' Criminals||Fun Lovin' Criminals||2:44|
|16||[Untitled Hidden Track]||Fun Lovin' Criminals||3:35|