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Artist: Enuff Z'Nuff

Title: Paraphernalia

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Enuff Z'Nuff Paraphernalia Album Cover


Category: Glam

Year: 1999

Label: Spitfire

Catalog Number: 6-70211-5007-2


Donnie Vie vocals, lead guitar, piano
Chip Znuff bass, guitars, vocals
Ricky Parent drums
Monaco lead guitar
Rick Nielsen guest guitarist
James Young guest guitarist
Billy Corgan guest guitarist


1.  Freak  3:54
2.  Top Of The Hill  2:53
3.  Ain't It Funny  3:44
4.  Believe In Love  4:36
5.  Habit  4:01
6.  Baby You're The Greatest  4:42
7.  Someday  3:43
8.  Unemotional  3:57
9.  Invisible  4:19
10.  All Alone  4:10
11.  Everything Works If You Let It  3:17
12.  Save Me  3:30
13.  No Place To Go  4:00
14.  Loser Of The World  2:29
Total Running Time:  53:15

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Tony Date: July 12, 2003 at 23:52
A hit& miss album for me. Worth it though for "Freak" alone, what a perfect slice of melodic pop-metal. As with all Enuff Z' Nuff albums just gorgeous melodies throughout but after listening to the whole thing nothing really stands out afterwards and I think that's because there's just a "sameness" to the songs here. "Unemotional" & the Cheap Trick cover "Everything Works.." are great also but this disc just lacks "something" you know? Monaco shines and is very underrated as a guitarist.

From: Gar Date: July 13, 2003 at 19:43
I thought this was one of their best. True, a few songs are pretty average. But the standout songs are truly excellent!

From: Rycheage Date: July 20, 2003 at 18:17
This album saw the band concentrate on a more alternative modern rock feel, with plenty of distorted guitars, a fuzzy sound, vocal effects and the like. Still they held their melody and Cheap Trick & Beatles influences, plus a few new ones of their own. Sleeze rock mixed with 60's pop I guess. Not a bad combo for someone looking for something new and original to check out

From: John Date: August 12, 2003 at 11:24
Has enough winners to make the loser seem insignificant. Freak & the Cheap Trick covers are awesome. Loser Of The World is a great way to end the record. I have the feeling it wasn't that hard for Donnie to write that song.

From: r Date: June 23, 2004 at 5:25
the first album and this album are my favorites

From: Date: October 19, 2004 at 7:09
I wonder why people like this album???

From: Ridge Date: November 8, 2004 at 12:52
Does Rick Nielsen play guitar on "Everything Works If You Let It" on this EZN album?

From: P.C. Date: December 11, 2004 at 12:11
Why i like this one ? For song HABIT , this was a reason for buying this CD . Good record with good songs and unbelieveable feelings .

From: Jose. Spain Date: January 18, 2005 at 19:50
The return to the good times of their first albums. The best record ever made from their third masterpiece "Animals with human intelligence". One of their best cd's.

From: Geoff Date: February 28, 2005 at 19:34
Unfortunately this is the last CD I have from these guys. I must work on getting the last few, but this one really sort of killed the dream for me. This and 'Seven' are nowhere near the quality I expected from these guys. I think the 2 discs are interchangable and both nowhere near as good as any other previous Enuff Z'Nuff releases. Weak disc.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 28, 2007 at 23:37
Different opinions here...personally i think the album has some remarkeable songs such as "Top of the Hill" but the rest is quite moody and melancholy.There are a couple of songs that have some kind of Beatles influence ("Baby you're the Greatest"&"Someday").In general lines,an album probably suiteable for fans of the band in all the extend of the word.6/10

From: z4roxx Date: June 20, 2007 at 10:36
I must say this is so catchy and interesting work by the guys.Very simple melodick rock but with some very good and nostalgic tune.I think It's among their best releases even if their first albums was better for me...8/10!

From: hair metal again Date: November 26, 2009 at 1:40
very good release by hair metal godz ENUFF Z NUFF.one of the best songwriting band ever hits again with many strong and catchy melodies and tunes thatrefer to the older days and ourdays also.listen to "believe in love","baby you re the greatest","all alone" and you realize the amazing songwriting ability of this band.anyway this year they hit again europe and i can t wait to see them live.huge band!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 7, 2011 at 22:08
Another listening and still my same opinion about it...melancholic & moody...songs..."Unemotional"(best one IMHO),"Top Of The Hill","Ain't It Funny","Believe In Love","Someday"(Beatles-ish)& "All Alone"...87/100

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