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Album: Thrill of It - Single

Artist: Robert Randolph & The Family Band

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Warner Records Inc.

Tracklist For Thrill of It - Single By Artist Robert Randolph & The Family Band

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Reviews For Thrill of It - Single By Artist Robert Randolph & The Family Band

  • So Totally Awsome

    By ++)
    I personally love this song. It sounds great and it's a new sound that everyone can listen too. Way to go Robert Randolph!
  • Lame Studio Version of a Good Live Song

    By Kathode72
    I first heard this song live on the "Jimmy Kimmel Live Concert Series" and REALLY liked it a lot. But this studio version of the song is a pale, pale imitation. Bland and boring, overproduced, totally de-funkified. What a disappointment. I wish they had a live version I could buy.
  • Thrill of It - Single - Robert Randolph & The Family Band

    By dwdrums
    Actually, I saw the video clip of this song at the beginning of the Ohio State/Texas matchup on ABC this weekend. The song really kicked. It's got a soulful beat - a little old school. Great tune.
  • about rrfb

    By dtguitarplaya
    Robert Randolph is amazing live, thats what everyone has to realize, they put so much energy into their playing. One of the best shows i have ever seen. I saw them at All Good Festival 10 and they rocked the house like no other band there. They are definitly a live band, not as much of a studio band, you have to remember that certain groups find their grooves in one of those two places and some are better than others. but robert randolph definitly knows how to put on a good show.
  • Sort of an outsider's prospective...

    By Esoteric Ear...
    When comparing the old sound vs. the sound of this new single, I can see why fans would be angry and immediately want to rip them, especially if they really loved the old sound. On the other hand, the first thing that I thought of when listening to single was Red Hot Chili Peppers. And how can you go wrong with a sound like that?
  • Weak Single

    By Jonnyboy117
    This is one of the worst songs I've heard from RRFB, but the four-song preview of their upcoming album gives me hope. The other three songs on that preview are MUCH better. They're catchy, still heavily produced but with more of the band's soul and more of Robert's pedal steel guitar. I think the album is going to have more of a hip hop feel, but I'm down with that as long as the music and lyrics are still great.
  • Luv RR & TFB, but the single is no good...

    By NICUYEM911
    Riffs sound great, but something about the single sounds way to rushed and polished. Just not digging it at all. Wrong single to use to push the album. Still love RR & TFB just want to hear the rest of the album.
  • This song is badass

    By thetruthishear
    people don't know what they're talking about, this song is awesome, no one cant stop robert randolph and if you think there's anyone else better right now, you're flatout wrong,
  • Give It Some Time...

    By Qman69
    It will grow on you. Remember...this is only one song done for the record company's happiness and for Radio Play... and like Clapton, its a hook to get you to go see him live.... I gotta think this song ROCKS when RR does it live.
  • Pretty Sweet

    By JordoJ2
    This song rocks. Anyone who says otherwise is just afraid of change. RRFB are some of the most talented musicians out there and I can't wait to hear the rest of the album!

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