It could be argued that Jimmie's Chicken Shack's variation of Chili Pepper funk-metal sounds out of date in 1999, but it could be argued just as convincingly that it was out of date on their 1997 major-label debut, too. It just points out that the genre was sort of played-out by the end of the decade. Bring Your Own Stereo, Jimmies' sequel to Pushing the Salmanilla Envelope, pretty much follows through on its successor, delivering an energetic set of party rock. It doesn't push the boundaries much, but it thankfully isn't as outright juvenile as their earlier albums (although this remains quite sophomoric, naturally). In short, it's the kind of album that will please fans, without winning any new ones over.
Performance CreditsJimmie's Chicken Shack Primary Artist
Stefanie Fife Cello
P.J. Smith Tambourine
Novi Novog Viola
Double D Fiddle
Donat Kazarinoff Tambourine,Background Vocals
Steve Ewing Background Vocals
Jimmy Haha Fiddle
Che Colovita Lemon Bass
Sipple Snare Drums
Technical CreditsJim Wirt Producer,Engineer
Donat Kazarinoff Engineer
Jimmy Haha Art Direction
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Bring Your Own Stereo based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
JCS is a great local band. Their music is not revolutionary or anything but there is a basic truth to all of the lyrics in the songs on this cd. If you like Do Right, I would suggest giving some of the other albums a listen.
this album was the worst. I dont know why i spent good money on this album! Go Away Jimi!
Fun party music to blast in your car on the highway.
I haven't really listened to this whole CD yet. But the little I have seen I enjoyed. The songs 'Do Right,' 'Trash' and 'String Of Pearls' are excellent. If you Blink 182's Enema Of The State cd, this cd is for you. Also, if you like 'Whats My Age Again' By Blink 182 You'll like 'Do Right' by Jimmies Chicken Shack.
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