History Music / ReelBigFish

17th Feb '18 6:52:18 PM mariofan1000
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* QuarrelingSong: "[[LongTitle I Know You Too Well To Like You Anymore]]"
23rd Jan '18 7:06:42 AM Cryoclaste
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* OneOfUs: Dan Regan and Derek Gibbs are ''WorldOfWarcraft'' fans and Matt Wong enjoys ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes''.

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* OneOfUs: Dan Regan and Derek Gibbs are ''WorldOfWarcraft'' ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' fans and Matt Wong enjoys ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes''.
31st Dec '17 11:52:33 AM nombretomado
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'''Reel Big Fish''' are an American ska punk band that, along with groups such as NoDoubt and {{Sublime}}, are one of the big successes of the Orange County ska scene in TheNineties. The group began as a standard HardRock trio featuring Aaron Barrett on guitar and vocals, Matt "[[FullNameBasis Mattwong]]" Wong on bass and Andrew Gonzales on drums, before going through a fluctuating roster of additional guitarists, singers and - after the fledgling band switched from straightforward rock to SkaPunk - horn sections. By the time they got around to recording their first album, Reel Big Fish consisted of Barrett, Wong and Gonzales with Grant Barry and Dan Regan on trombones and Tavis Werts and Scott Klopfenstein on trumpets.

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'''Reel Big Fish''' are an American ska punk band that, along with groups such as NoDoubt Music/NoDoubt and {{Sublime}}, Music/{{Sublime}}, are one of the big successes of the Orange County ska scene in TheNineties. The group began as a standard HardRock trio featuring Aaron Barrett on guitar and vocals, Matt "[[FullNameBasis Mattwong]]" Wong on bass and Andrew Gonzales on drums, before going through a fluctuating roster of additional guitarists, singers and - after the fledgling band switched from straightforward rock to SkaPunk - horn sections. By the time they got around to recording their first album, Reel Big Fish consisted of Barrett, Wong and Gonzales with Grant Barry and Dan Regan on trombones and Tavis Werts and Scott Klopfenstein on trumpets.
7th Dec '17 10:16:29 AM mariofan1000
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* BlackSheepHit; "Sell Out". Aaron Barrett has referred to it as "the novelty song I wrote ten years ago" and believes that the song that's kept the group popular was "Beer" from the same album.
6th Nov '15 5:46:51 PM nombretomado
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* AnimeThemeSong: They did "Rave-o-lution", the opening theme music for the English dub of ''RaveMaster''.

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* AnimeThemeSong: They did "Rave-o-lution", the opening theme music for the English dub of ''RaveMaster''.''Anime/RaveMaster''.
1st Aug '15 2:51:57 PM StrangeBro
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** And, of course, "Beer", in which the singer [[DrowningMySorrows drowns his sorrows]] over a failed romance.
7th May '15 4:26:37 PM nombretomado
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* OneOfUs: Dan Regan and Derek Gibbs are ''WorldOfWarcraft'' fans and Matt Wong enjoys ''CityOfHeroes''.

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* OneOfUs: Dan Regan and Derek Gibbs are ''WorldOfWarcraft'' fans and Matt Wong enjoys ''CityOfHeroes''.''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes''.
18th Apr '15 1:24:47 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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'''Reel Big Fish''' are a ska punk band in the United States. Along with groups such as NoDoubt and {{Sublime}} it is one of the big successes of the Orange County ska scene in TheNineties. The group began as a standard HardRock trio featuring Aaron Barrett on guitar and vocals, Matt "[[FullNameBasis Mattwong]]" Wong on bass and Andrew Gonzales on drums, before going through a fluctuating roster of additional guitarists, singers and - after the fledgling band switched from straightforward rock to SkaPunk - horn sections. By the time they got around to recording their first album, Reel Big Fish consisted of Barrett, Wong and Gonzales with Grant Barry and Dan Regan on trombones and Tavis Werts and Scott Klopfenstein on trumpets.

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'''Reel Big Fish''' are a an American ska punk band in the United States. Along that, along with groups such as NoDoubt and {{Sublime}} it is {{Sublime}}, are one of the big successes of the Orange County ska scene in TheNineties. The group began as a standard HardRock trio featuring Aaron Barrett on guitar and vocals, Matt "[[FullNameBasis Mattwong]]" Wong on bass and Andrew Gonzales on drums, before going through a fluctuating roster of additional guitarists, singers and - after the fledgling band switched from straightforward rock to SkaPunk - horn sections. By the time they got around to recording their first album, Reel Big Fish consisted of Barrett, Wong and Gonzales with Grant Barry and Dan Regan on trombones and Tavis Werts and Scott Klopfenstein on trumpets.
16th Apr '15 6:41:57 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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A ska punk band in the United States. Along with groups such as NoDoubt and {{Sublime}} it is one of the big successes of the Orange County ska scene in TheNineties. The group began as a standard HardRock trio featuring Aaron Barrett on guitar and vocals, Matt "[[FullNameBasis Mattwong]]" Wong on bass and Andrew Gonzales on drums, before going through a fluctuating roster of additional guitarists, singers and - after the fledgling band switched from straightforward rock to SkaPunk - horn sections. By the time they got around to recording their first album, Reel Big Fish consisted of Barrett, Wong and Gonzales with Grant Barry and Dan Regan on trombones and Tavis Werts and Scott Klopfenstein on trumpets.

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A '''Reel Big Fish''' are a ska punk band in the United States. Along with groups such as NoDoubt and {{Sublime}} it is one of the big successes of the Orange County ska scene in TheNineties. The group began as a standard HardRock trio featuring Aaron Barrett on guitar and vocals, Matt "[[FullNameBasis Mattwong]]" Wong on bass and Andrew Gonzales on drums, before going through a fluctuating roster of additional guitarists, singers and - after the fledgling band switched from straightforward rock to SkaPunk - horn sections. By the time they got around to recording their first album, Reel Big Fish consisted of Barrett, Wong and Gonzales with Grant Barry and Dan Regan on trombones and Tavis Werts and Scott Klopfenstein on trumpets.
27th Oct '14 12:54:05 PM SirSapphire
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** "I Dare You To Break My Heart" is another one and, like "All I Want Is More", is surprisingly upbeat as it's more about being content single than risk heartbreak again.

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** "I Dare You To Break My Heart" is another one and, like "All I Want Is More", is surprisingly upbeat as it's more about being content single than risk heartbreak again.
** "Suckers" is another upbeat one that mostly seems mildly amused that there are still "Suckers who still believe in love, this one's for you!"
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