"Animals with Human Intelligence" is the third album by Enuff Z'nuff, which is also their first and only album on Arista Records. In addition to the promotional video "Right By Your Side," the band made a live appearance on Late Night with David Letterman, performing the song "Superstitious." The song "Innocence" was released as a follow-up single, though no video was made to promote it.
Recorded, apparently, at the House of Blues in Chicago in 1997 (at least, if the MC's introduction and picture of a backstage pass is anything to go by), Live is something of a time killer from the band. If nothing else, it's a nice enough document of the late-'90s version of the group on stage. Given how much Enuff Z'Nuff's recorded work relies on a balance of subtler and full-on approaches, Live understandably concentrates on the latter side – there aren't any overdubs, backward tapes, or the like here.
There are bands in rock history that came oh-so-close to making it, who just never broke through for one reason or another. Chicago power pop champions Enuff Z'Nuff was one such band, but in their case, you can easily point out their fatal flaw. When they first burst on the scene during the late '80s, the group had little in common musically with the then-thriving glam metal movement, as their prime influences were the Beatles and fellow Chicagoans Cheap Trick. But, as evidenced by their first few videos – "New Thing" and "Fly High Michelle" – the quartet made the mistake of getting so dolled up that they made even Pretty Boy Floyd blush…
Peach Fuzz is the 6th studio album from Enuff Z'Nuff. Like the band's 1994 release 1985, this album is viewed more as an archival release than a new album since it features mostly previously recorded material. For example, the tracks "Let It Go" and "Kitty" were initially b-sides to the U.K. edition of the Strength single "Mother's Eyes," while the song "Happy Holiday" was first intended for the 1992 film Home Alone 2. Many of the remaining tracks on Peach Fuzz were recorded during the making of the 1993 album Animals With Human Intelligence, but were likely excluded from that release due to their poppier sounding nature.
Tweaked is the 5th studio album and first independently released collection of new material by American rock band Enuff Z'Nuff. Having been earlier presented as a glam rock band in the midst of the grunge movement, Enuff Z'nuff fought to distinguish their sound for their first proper indie release. Although the singles "Bullet From A Gun" and "Life Is Strange" lean toward a modern alternative sound, other tracks such as "My Heroin," "Without Your Love," and "How Am I Supposed To Write A Love Song" were recorded in more of a blues-rock style. The album was eventually re-released in 2000 and 2008.
Strength is the second studio album by American rock band Enuff Z'Nuff. The band had positive momentum at the time of the album's release, including an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman, as well as Rolling Stone Magazine calling them "The Hot Band Of 1991." Although Strength quickly entered the British charts at #56, the album only peaked at a quiet #143 in the United States. Despite selling fewer copies than their debut record, the album is often seen as a fan favorite of the band's releases. The song "Time To Let You Go" would later be covered by both The Wildhearts and Paul Gilbert.