Joe and the Jungle | Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes

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Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes

by Joe and the Jungle

The next level of rock.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Protester
3:16 $0.50
2. Special Place
2:56 $0.50
3. Music Box in My Head
4:40 $0.50
4. Gina
3:46 $0.50
5. Solitary Confinement
3:45 $0.50
6. 1776
3:27 $0.50
7. Oil Revolution
5:24 $0.50
8. Hand of a Woman
4:28 $0.50
9. Mourning Lullaby
3:41 $0.50
10. Cry Little Girl
3:40 $0.50
11. Manchester
4:57 $0.50
12. How Long Shall We Dance?
4:50 $0.50
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Album Notes
'Joe and the Jungle' crash their way into the music scene with their 2010 debut album 'Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes.' Two and a half years in the making, 'Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes' tells the beautifully tragic tale of a young revolutionary torn between love and war.

From the thundering battle cries of 'Protester,' '1776,' and 'Oil Revolution,' to the somber ballads of 'Mourning Lullaby,' 'Manchester,' and 'How Long Shall We Dance?,' 'Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes' ties together the most unconventional melodies to create an entirely new form of rock n' roll.

Like watching a nuclear bomb hit downtown Los Angeles, so too will 'Joe and the Jungle' shake your foundations to the core. Eat it!



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I bought this album as recommendation and ws instantly blown away by the layers of texture to this album. As a debut its the strongest most confident from a young band. The lyrics are stong revolutionary and hark comparisons to the MC5. From stength to strength the band commits themself to one cause to rock out hard and create a super brilliant album. It just doesn't stop from sweeping honest introspective lyrics on songs like Solitary Confinement and Hand of a Woman to the opus masterpiece How Long Shall We Dance. The album is so balanced that you can't stop listening to it. From the super sexy opener Protester to real fuck you anthems like OIl Revolution Joe and the Jungle prove that rock and will never be dead. Joe's insane vocal range, blaring guitars with solos that AC/DC wish they wrote, to mindblwoing organ and drums solos, make this the best fucking rock album of the year! Do yourself a favour and buy it!


Oh, there you are, Rock and Roll!!
Finally! A band whose take on Rock and Roll is completely original and unpretentious. These guys are a welcome breath of fresh air to the Hollywood music scene. Don’t be surprised if this album makes you want to simultaneously bob your head, bite your lip and move your hips. With songs like ‘Music Box in My Head’ and ‘Morning Lullaby’ sounding “Billboard Top 20 ready”, it’s only a matter of time before these ‘gents and their screamin’ guitars make their way into everyone’s anticipating eardrums. Joe and the Jungle…if this first album is any inclination of what’s to come, then I’m completely on board for this melodic safari! Abundant accolades and excited anticipation for the bright future of this band.


Joe and the Jungle, pure Rock and Lyrical Poetry at its finest.
Let me just begin by saying that this album blew me away the first time it assaulted my eardrums. From the opening track 'Protester' to the sweeping ballad -'How Long Shall We Dance?' the new album 'Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes' serves up a great balance of pure, balls-out Rock n Roll, and melodic highs, taking us to so many different places. Songs that stand out in particular for me include, 'Special Place', 'Gina', the haunting 'Mourning Lullaby', and the powerful opening track. Jack White step aside, Dave Grohl -watch your back, two out of four of the Beatles -look down from heaven with pride at what Joe and the Jungle have given us.
Coolest album of the year.
Nuff said.

Matthew Reilly

Rock and roll- the way it should be!
With 2010's debut "Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes", Joe and the Jungle make a strong point against the "Rock and Roll is Dead" stigma. With blaring guitars, eclectic key solos and harsh rock tones, Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes pushes the listener through a journey of music harmony, dissonance, originality and disobedience. "Music Box in My Head", for example, brings a Rubber Soul type vibe to the poppy chorus, causing head bobs and clapping hands all around. Yet the very next song "Gina" turns one-hundred-eighty degrees and has the listener soaring through a world of distortion and angst, bringing back euphoric influences from the likes of Nirvana and Stone Temple Pilots. Many influences and genres are expressed in this album, and it is this power of raw talent and sheer variety that keeps this album simple and enjoyable. Rock and roll is not dead, Joe and the Jungle is keeping it alive!


"Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes" is a work of Mastery
This album rocked my world! Joe and the Jungle’s debut album, “Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes”, is a unique blend of musicianship. There is something for every rock fan in this album; whether it is the surprisingly gentle rock ballad “How Long Shall We Dance?”, the gritty guitar driven theme “Special Place”, the purely Rock N Roll “Protester”, or the underrated “Cry Little Girl”. This album is kicking ass and taking names!

Steve Hosenhoffer

Finally! A rock album with heart in this generation!
I was skeptical at purchasing this album at first, however the artwork was intriguing and the preview files sounded great, so i decided to invest in the 4.99 purchase. And wow, there are no regrets at all, I would gladly pay full price for this album as for the first time since the bands of my childhood in the 70's i felt some real heart and soul put into rock music.

I can't really think of a way to explain it, but much like Led Zeppelin had, the Beatles had, and all of the classic rock bands had, there was a certain heart to the music where even while playing heavy and fast at times, it still felt like it was coming from the soul. This band Joe and the Jungle has captured the spirit of classic rock in full.

I can see these guys going big and I'm glad I stumbled upon them while researching bands on CDBaby. Great work guys, you've earned a lifelong fan!