Toadies - Rubberneck
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User Score
Based on 32 ratings
1994 Ratings: #206
Liked by 11 people
August 23, 1994 / Release Date
LP / Format
Interscope / Label
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Is the guy on the album cover falling or is he swimming?

Right on with that user score lol. This album is solid for sure. They came across my radar because of Possum Kingdom, and because they are from Fort Worth. I’ve always thought that Possum Kingdom is a really great song, that structurally is amazing, and has such a catchy chorus and progression. Also the verse switches from 3/4 and 4/4 which is fun. I think that while this record is great, the reason why it isn’t amazing is ... read more


Awesome 90s chaos


Rubbernecking is staring at something of interest.

The album title is perfect representation for the music within.

The album is very energetic with there being no sense of control throughout. With the beginning song being an entirely instrumental track starts of the album amazing. The riffs are mildly repetitive but hard hitting, the instrumentals are very interesting, with strange time signatures throughout the entire album. With Possum Kingdom alternating between 7/4 and 4/4 gives it an ... read more

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Track List

  1. Mexican Hairless
  2. Mister Love
  3. Backslider
  4. Possum Kingdom
  5. Quitter
  6. Away
  7. I Come From The Water
  8. Tyler
  9. Happyface
  10. Velvet
  11. I Burn
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Added on: December 4, 2014