aren't your normal musical group, but if you like uniqueness and a cappella, you should find their music enjoyable and fun. Janie Scott
, Richard Greene, Gunnar Madsen
, and Matthew Stull were the founding members, though both Madsen
had moved on before the recording of this 2001 album, Coaster
, was underway -- after all, by that time the group had been around for 20 years. Replacements for the two lost members were Amy Engelhardt
and Joe Finetti
. Fans who discovered the Bobs
from their early works won't find anything missing from albums done after the lineup changes. A few of the 18 tracks on this album are "Barber Lips," "She Made Me Name You Earl," "Turtle Girl," "Let's Adopt a Highway," and "Fluffy's Master Plan for World Domination." The lyrics of these songs can be as odd as the titles, and the members are masters at using vocals to replace the sounds of many instruments. Get a copy and have fun.