Way to Normal (Seeds Version) - Ben Folds

Way to Normal (Seeds Version)

Ben Folds

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2009-02-10
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2009 Sony Music Entertainment

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Effington Ben Folds 3:26
2
The Frown Song Ben Folds 3:37
3
Dr. Yang Ben Folds 2:32
4
You Don't Know Me (feat. Regin Ben Folds 3:10
5
Free Coffee Ben Folds 3:10
6
Cologne Ben Folds 5:59
7
Bitch Went Nuts Ben Folds 3:08
8
Hiroshima (B B B Benny Hit His Ben Folds 3:48
9
Kylie from Connecticut Ben Folds 4:41
10
Errant Dog Ben Folds 2:25
11
Brainwascht Ben Folds 4:07
12
Cologne Ben Folds 6:10

Reviews

  • Misleading

    3
    By Bryre
    Where is the Conan rehearsal version of "You Don't Know Me" The album as listed is good. The Stems and Seeds version of the album is much better, but there are tracks missing here. Worth a listen, but I definitely suggest you seek out the full album.
  • Not Quite as Good

    2
    By streetlight815
    Since Songs for Silverman, Ben's albums have been lacking a little bit in what made him so popular. In this album, he relies too much on overproduced sound effects and drum beats rather than the raw music presented in his other albums (other than the Altoids tin trick). Not to say that the album doesn't have its moments, but it doesn't contain the musical originality in the lyrics that Songs for Silverman has. This is basically Rockin' the Suburbs, but with six different versions of the song Rockin' the Suburbs. Obviously that song was meant to be a parody, but it worked because it was only one song on the album. In Way to Normal it seems too pessimistic. Its a decent album, but it doesn't hold a flame to Songs for Silverman.
  • Best yet

    5
    By DerUncleCarlSchnitzel
    This is Ben at his BEST. I've been following him since his first release with the 5. This is my favorite release since Rockin' the Suburbs. Full of Sweetness, Anger, Insight, Comedy and even Parody. I LOVE IT. The concert was outstanding, as well. BUY IT FOLKS