Fun Lovin' Criminals

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Come Find Yourself , 6/10
100% Colombian , 4/10
Loco , 4/10
Welcome to Poppy's (2003), 4/10

New York's Fun Lovin' Criminals (one vocalist, one drummer, one multi-instrumentalist) offered a mixture of hip hop, jazz and rock on Come Find Yourself (EMI, 1996), that contains Fun Lovin' Criminals, Passive Aggressive and I Can't Get With That in a style often influenced by the Beastie Boys.

The Barry White tribute Love Unlimited is the highlight of 100% Colombian (EMI, 1998), and that is telling of how boring their guitar sound can get (Scooby Snacks, Korean Bodega, Big Night Out).

Mimosa (EMI, 1999) is an album of remixes and rarities.

Loco (EMI, 2001) opens with heavy-metal guitars (Where The Bums Go) but soon sinks in a languid, lounge soul (Half A Block).

Welcome to Poppy's (Sanctuary, 2003) is equally lame.

Livin' in the City (2005)

Classic Fantastic (2010)

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