Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 30 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Reel Big Fish
|Finish this one too: 'I'm so glad you're gone, you just led me on. Where did it go wrong? Too bad for too long. I live without you now, I'll get along somehow. I don't care anyway, I just wanted to say...'?||Reel Big Fish Lyrics!
|Finish this lyric for me: 'You don't know me but I'm here in your living room. You don't own me but you _____ and that means a lot to you.' What belongs in the blank?||Reel Big Fish Lyrics!
|In what song does Reel Big Fish thank all their fans with the lyrics 'Thanks for the money. Thanks for dancing and singing along and everything you do.'?||Reel Big Fish Lyrics!
|What are the three famous numbers that form a Reel Big Fish song off their cd 'Turn the Radio Off'?||Reel Big Fish Lyrics!
|'I saw her kiss him last night, I'm sick now. (But it's just a little cold.)' In a Reel Big Fish song, this all happens because who's a dork?||Reel Big Fish Lyrics!
All the guys wanna be my friend.
|In the song 'Thank You For Not Moshing', the lyrics go 'When I'm in the pit, I'm going to punch and...' And do what?||Reel Big Fish Lyrics!
More than one album. This song is actually their most famous song even though it was never released as a single.
Turn the Radio Off. This is also another great song. Monique Powell from Save Ferris helps sing it.
Why Do They Rock So Hard?. Despite the fact that ska isn't very popular, Reel Big Fish still managed to sell a lot of records.
Turn the Radio Off. This song is also one of my favorites. The original version of this song started problems between Reel Big Fish and No Doubt.
Cheer Up. I first thought that this song was going to be terrible, but it turned out to be pretty good. In case you're wondering, yes, it is a cover of the song by Frank Sinatra.
More than one album. This song is pretty cool, but it could've been better. This song sounds like it's about a stalker.
Cheer Up. During their performance at the "House of Blues" Tyler Jones, the trumpet player, was obviously drunk because he sang off key, and he would frequently play away from the microphone.
Why Do They Rock So Hard?. Reel Big Fish is from Orange County, and their lead singer learned to play guitar in a musical instrument shop. Other bands from Orange County are No Doubt and Sublime.
Cheer Up. This is an excellent song. Sung by Scott Klopfenstein, the back-up singer, lead trumpet player and back-up guitar player.
Turn the Radio Off. "Sell Out" was their first hit single. However, it's not their most famous song.
Lola. "Lola" originally by The Kinks, has been covered many times, from for instance the bands McFly and Busted, and Bad Manners, but has never been covered by Reel Big Fish.
Your Guts (I Hate 'Em). This is probably one of the best hate songs out there,
and it pretty much shows it off in the title!
The song can be found on the album "We're Not Happy 'Til You're Not Happy"
Everything Sucks. This song can be heard on their album "Turn The Radio Off".
It was released in 1996.
Where Have You Been?. Where Have You Been? was released on the "Cheer Up!" album. Their "Cheer Up!" album was released in 2002.
Sell Out. This song can be heard on their album, "Turn The Radio Off". It was released in 1996.
Ban The Tube Top. This song is from the year 2002. It was released on their "Cheer Up!" album.
I Want Your Girlfriend to Be My Girlfriend Too. The title to this song is pretty much exactly what it's about. He wants his friend's girlfriend to be his girlfriend too!
This song can be found on their album "Everything Sucks" This album was released in early 2000.
Trendy. This song talks about how everyone is doing "The Fish". It explains that now that he's made up "The Fish" he's become trendy and everyone wants to be him, but one girl, who won't blend in.
This song can be found on "Turn The Radio Off".
Don't Start A Band. The line is about how music business world will turn all your friends into enemies. Also about how the music industry is all a lie.
This song can be found on their album "We're Not Happy 'Til You're Not Happy"
It was released in 2005.
Cheer Up. This line can be heard right at the beginning of the song.
It also states throughout "I've got a funny feeling, we're all born to lose!"
This song can be found on their "Cheer Up!" album.