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Fun Lovin' Criminals - Welcome To Poppy's download free

Welcome To Poppy's
Blues Rock, Alternative Rock
MP3 archive size:
1449 mb
FLAC archive size:
1414 mb
WMA archive size:
1563 mb
Other formats:


1 Too Hot 3:17
2 Stray Bullet 2:48
3 Living On The Streets 3:45
4 Lost It All 3:02
5 Friday Night 4:18
6 You Got A Problem 2:57
7 Running For Cover 4:22
8 Take Me Back 3:33
9 What Had Happened? 4:28
10 Got Your Love 4:02
11 This Sick World 4:10
12 Steak Knife 3:31
13 Beautiful 4:28
14 Baby 3:21
15 You Just Can't Have It All 2:44

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – DiFontaine Carting & Asbestos Removal Co.
  • Licensed To – Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – DiFontaine Carting & Asbestos Removal Co.
  • Pressed By – Disctronics


  • Producer, Written-By, Arranged By, Performer – Fun Lovin' Criminals

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5050159018727
  • Barcode (Text): 5 050159 018727
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, 2, 3): DISCTRONICS SANCD187 02
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1, 2, 3): IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 04AB
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 04H6
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 0433
  • Label Code: LC6448

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
06076-84616-2 Fun Lovin' Criminals Welcome To Poppy's ‎(CD, Album) Sanctuary Records, DiFontaine 06076-84616-2 US 2003
none Fun Lovin' Criminals Welcome To Poppy's ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label none Russia 2003
06076-84616-2 Fun Lovin' Criminals Welcome To Poppy's ‎(CD, Album, Enh) Sanctuary Records, DiFontaine 06076-84616-2 Canada 2003
none Fun Lovin' Criminals Welcome To Poppy's ‎(CD, Album) Sony BMG Music Entertainment none Ukraine 2003
none Fun Lovin' Criminals Welcome To Poppy's ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Warner Music none Russia 2003

  • Considering they emerged within a horde of other faceless and long-since evaporated bands blending hip-hop, soul, alternative and other rock, blues and country-beats - - that FLC are even around for a fifth album demonstrates they are either moronically tenacious, unbelievably lucky, or simply good at what they do. There is something to be valued about their uncomplicated, sincere way of doing things; musically, while not unsophisticated to begin with and developing steadily throughout the albums, honing their craft and expanding their influences, they have never let this progress interfere with their captivating formula, but rather have painlessly assimilated it and simply improved while retaining what worked in the first place. Lyrically, while any pretensions to gangsterism are absurd and thus well served by Huey’s conspicuous sense of comedy (I doubt he could actually muster enough energy to hackle a scumbag politician on TV, let alone commit any crime other than smoke dope - if you still consider this harmless relaxation method to be a jail-worthy felony), and while any analysis of "This Sick World" should be left to someone better equipped to deal with such (or any) grave matters – they do have to sing about something, and in these cases one gets the feeling that Huey is mostly channeling people he met, knew, or observed rather than telling it like he experienced it on any mean streets he may have accidentally encountered, while being perfectly frank about his pleasantly self-gratifying lifestyle otherwise. While the album kind of loses momentum on its last third or so, it never descends to tedium, due to the straight-forward, crisp production and accomplished musicianship; and scattered amid the established FLC blends, you will find well executed ventures into approximately cohesive Ska-Punk (Lost It All), House Of Pain territory (You Got A Problem), and heavy metal (Baby) – all stirred to perfectly chilled temperature by Huey’s laid-back vocals, no matter how aggressively the band rocks around him. You really get the feeling that these guys would be just as content – and just as appropriately featured – in a small pub, medium club, or giant stadium; and in these days of preposterous pretentiousness, overwhelming deliberate ignorance, and overlabored production – FLC’s approach is a breeze of smooth sanity and a welcome measure of smiling, Fonziesque cool. If you’ve never liked them before, there will be nothing here to change your mind; if you do enjoy them regularly or casually, there will be nothing here to put you off; and if you are not acquainted with them, this is as good a place to start as any, and you can easily find this album for a very decent price, too. In a sentence: all around good, entertaining, groovy fun.