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  • Audio CD (11 Oct. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner
  • ASIN: B000002N43
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 158,959 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hey Pachuco!
2. Zip Gun Bop
3. Mugzy's Move
4. I Love The Life I Live
5. The Walkin' Blues
6. Beyond The Sea
7. Prak's Place
8. Datin' With No Dough
9. Trouble In Tinsel Town
10. Topsy
11. The Rise And Fall Of The Great Mondello
12. Honey Child
13. Hey Pachuco! (Reprise)

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Wicker-king on 25 Mar. 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is just a fantastic album that subverts all the standards of the new swing movement (most of which were established by The Royal Crown Revue) and takes them to whole new level. From classics such as "Beyond The Sea" and "Walking blues" to all new tracks like "The Rise and Fall of the Great Mondello" and the unforgettably great "Zip Gun Bop" and "Hey Pachuco"(two songs that make The Mask worth watching).
The great thing about The Royal Crown Revue is that they come up with songs that sound as if they were born in Kansas City when Basie was tearing it up but at the same time you can also hear the influence of punk and ska eschewing in the vocals of Eddie Nichols which results in an experience which is totally unique in modern day music.
Anyone who may be looking to get into the whole retro scene will find that all roads lead to the Revue, whether they start from Big Bad Voodoo Daddy or Brian Setzer, these guys are the legitimate forefathers of the resurrection of swing and this is them at their very best.
Its an absolute no brainer. You MUST own this.
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By MindFlatulence on 30 Aug. 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This album is beautifully put together with some of the finest music you will ever hear. I have listened to this album for hours on end and I never want to stop.

It stirs the soul and the imagination and I love it dearly. I've yet to meet someone who can honestly say they can live without Royal Crown Revue in their life.
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By Magicpixie on 6 April 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Took a punt on this, needed something different to listen to.
These guys sound like they are having fun. The music is great, if you like swing and a real boost if your feeling a bit off.

Great album.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
....one of my favorite CDs 11 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
as a huge swing fan who owns cds from brian setzer, cherry poppin' daddies, indigo swing, and big bad voodoo daddy as well as royal crown revue, i can honestly say that this one's my favorite. great mondello is the only track that i consistently skip. and, royal crown revue ROCKS in concert. i saw them in cincy at a club and they raged! my dad has not stopped talking about the concert since. also recommended: indigo swing. but if you like swing, and haven't bought this rcr cd yet, buy it. it's well worth the price.
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Excellent album from the Revue 4 Jun. 2003
By John Alapick - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This may be the best neo-swing album that came out in the '90s. The Royal Crown Revue had the songs, the musicianship, the charismatic frontman in Eddie Nichols, and were a great live band. All they didn't have was the success they truly deserved as they were the best neo-swing band period.

Mugzy's Move is their masterpiece. They perform both faster dance pieces and slower, more traditional swing with equal aplomb. Some of the faster tracks such as "Hey Pachuco!", "Park's Place" and "Mugzy's Move" are absolutely killer. The slower swing tracks like "Datin' With No Dough", "Honey Child", and "I Love The Life I Live" feel as though they're straight out of a 1930's movie. Their cover of "Beyond The Sea" is great as well. The playing is simply fantastic, particularly the horn section and drummer Danny Glass. Other strong tracks include "Zip Gun Bop", "Barflies At The Beach" and the instrumental "Topsy." I'd highly recommend this album to fans who like the more popular, but not nearly as talented bands of this genre like Cherry Poppin' Daddies and Brian Setzer Orchestra.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Crime Jazz 4 Jun. 2007
By Interplanetary Funksmanship - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Established in 1989, Royal Crown Revue launched a swing revival that's still going strong and has spawned a host of imitators, from former Stray Cats singer Brian Setzer to the Cherry Poppin' Daddies. But Royal Crown Revue still rules the roost, with entries such as Walk on Fire (1999) and Greetings from Hollywood (2004). Whether you call it the bookish-sounding "neo-swing" or use the moniker supplied by front man singer Eddie Nichols--"hard-boiled swing"--you'll need a chaser after downing this powerful cocktail of swing laced with jive and rockabilly.

The accomplished sextet behind Nichols includes saxophonists Mando Dorame (tenor) and Bill Ungerman (barry), and trumpeter Scott Steen, backed by a rhythm section sharper than a stiletto: James Achor on guitar, Vinny Lepisto on bass, and drummer Daniel Glass. Nichols is, as they used to say, one hep cat: his voice brings to mind both Louies (Jordan and Prima), and the band's work reminds you of the "crime jazz" soundtracks of Elmer Bernstein and Henry Mancini. Listen to this one while reading Mickey Spillane's Kiss Me, Deadly and downing straight shots of Canadian Club.

Their signature tunes "Zip Gun Bop" and "Hey Pachuco!" are already standards in their own right. Their lightning-quick, be-bopping "Park's Place" brings back the best of Dizzy and Bird's jam sessions. Damn! These guys play tight! On "Beyond the Sea," Nichols out-swings and out-swoons Bobby Darin. "Barflies at the Beach"--a send-up of Louis Prima's version of "Sing, Sing, Sing"--closes this outing with a politically incorrect ditty about the delights of eating Charlie the Tuna...with a fin of Flipper thrown in for good measure. Yeah, man!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Swing Music, Swagger and All 22 Oct. 2003
By Black Ice - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It's a shame that Royal Crown Revue never got more credit for the Neo-Swing explosion of the mid-90's. While the Cherry Popping Daddys, Squirrel Nut Zippers and Bryan Setzer Orchestra put Swing on the charts, Mugzy's Move perfectly captures the gritty essence of the time frame better than any other CD. As a personal testament to the flavor of this album my Dad, a true zoot-suit hepcat in WWII era, loves when I play this CD because it takes him back to his heyday.
The visually impressive lyrics of Eddie Nichols, rich horn section and tight drum work of Daniel Glass pound out a hot collection of tunes with a swagger that proves Swing is more than a fashion, it's a way of life.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
These guys are the BEST! 27 Sept. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
RCR is by far my favorite of the neo swing movement. Eddie Nichols voice is comparable to Frank Sinatra. Mugzy's Move was the first cd I'd heard by these guys and it is great. Topsy is my fave; it's this great instumental. I also highly reccomend Caught in the Act, The Contender and Walk on Fire. You won't be disappointed.
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