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  1. Our Newest Album Ever Compact Disc [CD]
    Our Newest Album Ever Compact Disc [CD]
    Five Iron Frenzy
    Capitol Christian Music Group / 1998 / Compact disc
    $11.99 Retail: $13.99 Save 14% ($2.00)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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    CBD Stock No: WWCD446
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    November 21, 2005
    i suggest you buy this album, it is a-m-a-z-i-n-g! it is pretty much one of the best cds ever recorded in the history of all mankind! im pretty sure that ones life is not complete (at least if you're canadaian) without listening to "oh canada"! "handbook for the sellout" and "where is micah?" and all the other songs are all worth listening to for the rest of you're life! and yeah, even kitty doggy because its hilarious and i don't care what anyone says!
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    February 3, 2005
    This cd is truly awesome. It has a ton of classics like oh canada, blue comb 78, and Suckerpunch. I could listen to every new day for a week straight. I recommend selling your house so you can buy every thing fif related.
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    September 24, 2001
    Roberto Winslow
    This is one of Five Iron Frenzy's best albums... Every one of the songs is clever and amusing, convicting, even. How many times do I put a Five Iron cd in, just because I long to hear familiar voices, when they go and teach me something new about myself. They really do, you know. I've included some highlights from a few songs- Superpowers is about how the band got "super powers" because they are in a band. Basically how people can tend to over hype about them, and they're really just people who sin, and desperately need God too. As do we all. ("We've been given superpowers, ask us for an autograph. We sing, we dance, we make you laugh, don't you want to be like us?") Suckerpunch is about wanting to be accepted, and wanting "A song sung for underdogs, for all the left out. A flag flying for losers, somewhere in the Heavens." and goes on to say, "The God of ever-lasting comfort, believed in me, loved me when I was faithless, he still died for me. " Kitty Doggy is a peek at Five Iron Frenzy's band practices... a hysterical few seconds which left my sides aching from laughter, and gave me a deeper appreciation for Five Iron as a whole.Second Season is a mellower tune, about how this life short lived, and how we need to be prepared to meet God. Every New Day is a perfect ending to a perfect album- a beautiful worship song about how we can sometimes lose our child like faith to cynical ponderings. But only God can make every new day seem so new. All in all, whatever I got from it, and whatever I'm to get in future listenings, I thank God for Five Iron Frenzy. I've learned so very much from them. God has greatly used this 8 member band in my life, and everyone of them are in my prayers.
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    April 20, 2001
    Mike Wrigglesworth
    This is another amazing album from Five Iron Frenzy. So why give it 4.5 stars? Because they could have donewithout that kitty doggy song. It was just extremely stupid.Other than that every song is great and is upbeat ska music.
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