"CAN'T GET ENUFF" - second solo album continued in the same vein as its predecessor, melodic harmonies in a hair metal package, and was partially made up of the last studio sessions with his group, as well as some of his early demos that were touched up.
Seven is the 7th studio album by American rock band Enuff Z'Nuff, which was originally released in Japan as ‘Brothers’ under the band name "Chip & Donnie" in 1994. Seven was initially intended to form one half of a double-album for the Japanese market, paired with the record that would eventually become the album Tweaked. The sessions were split into two separate discs, with the pop sounding ‘Brothers’ LP getting re-branded as an Enuff Z'nuff album in 1997 for its stateside release. As well as the re-titling and new artwork, Seven contains two bonus tracks not available on the original ‘Brothers’ disc.
Enuff Z'Nuff is the self-titled studio album by American hard rock band Enuff Z'Nuff, released in 1989 on Atco Records. This debut album continues to be the best selling album in the band's catalog. The album's first single, the rock song "New Thing," received steady radio and MTV airplay, peaking at #67 on the Billboard Hot 100. Their follow-up single, a ballad called "Fly High Michelle," would prove to be the band's biggest hit, peaking at #47 on the same chart.
"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.
Everyone’s favorite hippy hard rockers Enuff Z’nuff pay it forward with a heartfelt salute to the music and artists who inspired them! Features an eclectic assortment of outstanding cover tunes including Bowie’s “The Jean Genie,” Nirvana’s “All Apologies,” Prince’s “When Doves Cry,” and Smokey Robinson’s “Tears Of A Clown” PLUS 2 exclusive live tracks! Celebrating their 30th year as a band, Enuff Z’nuff continue to grow their cult fanbase around the world, which includes shock jock Howard Stern (Chip Z’nuff is a regular guest on The Howard Stern Show)!
Dissonance is the 12th studio album from the band Enuff Z'Nuff. The album reunites singers/songwriters Donnie Vie and Chip Z'Nuff after Vie's hiatus from the band of several years. Original sessions for the album started in 2006, prompted by the band's possible inclusion in a pilot episode for the VH-1 show "Bands on the Run." Songs from these initial sessions, bootlegged as Lost In Vegas by fans, would be later reworked for the official release of Dissonance. Several songs on the CD feature past Ozzy Osbourne/Badlands guitarist Jake E. Lee.
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.
Enuff Z'nuff's 11th studio album, simply titled "?", is an odds and ends collection of previously unreleased studio material recorded throughout the band's career. Although a few new tracks were recorded specifically for the album, the remainder of the songs were originally recorded during the sessions of their albums Animals With Human Intelligence and Paraphernalia. The "?" album was released first in Japan, where it peaked at #177.