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Big D And The Kids Table

Fluent In Stroll

Side One Dummy 1389

Released on July 7, 2009

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The band calls the style of their sixth full-length record "stroll" – a mix of hopscotch, double dutch, soul, ska, and reggae. They also feel its most like their first record "Shot By Lammi". Produced by Joe Gittleman (The Mighty Mighty Bosstones). Mixed by Paul Q Kolderie (Radiohead, Dinosaur Jr., Uncle Tupelo).

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Doped Up Dollies On A One Way Ticket To Blood  8%
2 Describing The Sky Voted #2  12%
3 Not Fucking Around Voted #1  15%
4 A Kiss A Week Voted #3  12%
5 Been Wishing On  5%
6 Fluent In Stroll  8%
7 Down Around Here  2%
8 Chin Up, Boy!  7%
9 Where Did All The Women Go?  5%
10 Known To Be Blue  3%
11 I,I,I,  3%
12 Stop, Look & Listen (Shake Life Up)  3%
13 My Thoughts Take Me Away  8%
14 We Can Live Anywhere!  8%
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Chris from Salt Lake City, UT 
Jul 29 2011 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Probably the least best of the Big D collection. But as always with Big D, they tend to switch it up from album to album. Not progress, but change the sound a bit. I personall think Strictly Rude is by far the best and the newest one is a close second. Great summer music. Check it out.

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Aaron from Huntingtown, MD 
Nov 20 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Hmm...what to say about this album. First, it was not at all what I was expecting. It isn't necessarily a bad album, but I grew up viewing Big D as a ska band, and while some of the elements of ska exist on this album, they aren't really assembled in a traditional ska fashion. I listened to this after hearing Catch 22's Keasbey Nights and Planet Smashers' Mighty, to give you an idea of the mode I was in. That being said, this is not a bad album. To me, it kind of stands with its feet in both the two-tone ska of old on some songs and in some of the indie music you hear nowadays, with varying pace and a range of emotions conveyed. Point is this, don't get this if you are expecting your usual ska template, these guys are moving on to something else, and in this guys opinions, it's not a bad place. Take it for what it is. Oh, and anyone with an insecure girlfriend should be forced to listen to "Not F****** Around". Consider it an anthem.

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Elizabeth from Olympia, WA 
Aug 12 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Fluent in Stroll is different from Big D & the Kids Tables other albums, but no less thought out and enjoyable. Singing on this album with the boys are The Doped Up Dollies, who make an excellent addition. Yes, this album isn't your typical 'punk' album, but that only proves that this group is willing to push beyond the boundaries of their past albums and able to create a new style of their own. If you're a fan of the band, buy this album. If you're looking for a great summer album, buy this album. It's creative, fun, and totally worth the money.

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Bill from Wilmington, DE 
Aug 12 2009 Rating: 1/5 Stars

if you are a 12 year old girl, you will like this cd. it sucks, i can't believe how bad it is, nothing like other Big D cd's i have. It sounds like Britney Spears took a dump in a trumpet and they recorded it. bad teeny dance music, not even ska anymore, another good band turned to crap.

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