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Drive Me Crazy

(featuring members of the Prozacs)

Fork In Hand 21

Released on January 30, 2002

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High Speed, high energy punk rock from Western, Massachusetts. Debut Full Length CD from these Screeching Weasel influence pop punk rockers!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 6 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Princess Voted #2  17%
2 Am I Pathetic? Voted #3  17%
3 Jmp  0%
4 Clueless  17%
5 Goodbye  0%
6 Ballad Of Sarah And Anna  6%
7 Vitamin A  6%
8 Hey Jesse  0%
9 Cotton Candy  0%
10 Anything  0%
11 Same Old Wrong Voted #1  22%
12 Moving On  11%
13 Party At The Souse House  6%
14 Straight A's And Black Eyes  0%
15 12  0%
Come back on or after Wednesday, January 30 to vote for your favorite songs

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Brad from Fort Collins, CO 
Apr 25 2006 Rating: 1/5 Stars

This cd is.....well, i guess since it's out of stock and they aren't even a band any more there's really no point in writing this. The singer has a new band buy thier cd(s). Then give yourself a pat on the back for being up to date. If you can't figure out what the name of the new band is, I'm guessing you're a retard and you get all pissed off when people use words like retard. So calm down and take some prozac......retard.

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Mike from Gardner, MA 
Jan 25 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd's sick.. Every song is good and filled with energy.. I played with jay in the prozacs for a lil but he never had any Prixx stuff but i saw it up here and had to get it.. If that guy only would return my calls he could get those cds he let me borry back finally..

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Dan from Shutesbury, MA 
Jun 27 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i'll be honest, i had really high expectations for this cd. i've recently 'rediscovered' punk with an open mind, and i've took to liking some bands i would've never thought i'd like. i have some of this band's previous 7" s and they're good, but this cd isn't much different from those, so i guess that was the letdown. and the case was cracked as fuck. it disintegrated when i opened it. and the singer is kinda whiny but besides that it really is a great album.

i like the fast tempos, the funny lyrics and the rockin melodies, but a whole cd of this can be repetitive, which is why the 7"s were better. they were much better live (RIP)

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Jason from High Prairie, AB Canada 
Jun 9 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Really fast annoying "pop punk".Its hard not to enjoy this band. Best songs are "same old wrong" and "am i pathetic" but that doesnt mean the rest are bad. If you can sit through the first song you will like the rest.

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Tomas from Truro, NS Canada 
Aug 13 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i like this cd a lot, anyone who likes insanely fast pop-punk would love it. the grandprixx were a great band... too bad they broke up...

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Cheapskate from Schenectady, NY 
Jul 8 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can I say? I love the Grandprixx! I had heard the demo versions of most of these songs and loved them but the version on this release are so much better. Just when I thought they couldn't play "clueless" any faster, they proved me wrong! Great screeching weasel influenced pop-punk, check them out.

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