I originally became interested in Moxy Früvous because I knew they were well-liked by fans of my favorite band, They Might Be Giants. This actually was not the first Früvous album I owned, but it was the one that really won me over to the band. From my first time listening to it, it really blew me away. Sometimes funny and sometimes serious, but with excellent harmonies, eclectic music, and a healthy dose of accordion throughout, this is a truly amazing album. It opens with the beautiful "River Valley," and includes the humorous "King Of Spain," the catchy "The Lazy Boy" and "Darlington Darling," a cover of the Spiderman theme (with some new lyrics added), and "BJ Don't Cry" (the band's best song, as far as I'm concerned). I would recommend this album to just about anyone. Hardcore conservatives might be bothered by songs such as "Stuck In The 90's," but I'm not really sure that's a problem.