The Whole Shebang (album)

The Whole Shebang is the fourth studio album and third record label for Murfreesboro, Tennessee band Fluid Ounces.

The Whole Shebang
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 3, 2005
GenrePower pop, Piano Rock, College rock
LabelVacant Cage Records
ProducerBrian Carter, Fluid Ounces
Fluid Ounces chronology
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The Whole Shebang
Instant Nostalgia

Largely performed by Timbs himself (while still living in Los Angeles) and engineered by Murfreesboro producer Brian Carter, The Whole Shebang received typically warm critical acclaim and some of Timbs' strongest material in years. Tracks like "Fool Around," Lazy Bones," "Hung On Every Word" and "Selma Lou" showcased guitars rather than Timbs' trademark piano, while songs "Big Deal Out of Nothing" and "Make It Through" featured a more familiar Ounces sound.

Ken Coomer (formerly of Wilco) played drums on "Paperweight Machine," and Kelli Scott (formerly of Failure) played on "Destined to be Forgotten."

Track listing

  1. Paperweight Machine (featuring drums by Ken Coomer) (2:10)
  2. Crazies (4:06)
  3. Fool Around (3:11)
  4. Lazy Bones (3:47)
  5. Big Deal (Out Of Nothing) (3:17)
  6. Nobody Loves You (Like You Do) (4:52)
  7. Hung On Every Word (featuring bass by Mac Burrus and drums by Jason Rawlings) (3:13)
  8. Make It Through (4:24)
  9. Selma Lou (3:34)
  10. Tokyo Expressway (4:17)
  11. Destined To Be Forgotten (featuring drums by Kelli Scott and production by Matt Mahaffey) (5:30)


  • Seth Timbs (piano, guitar, keyboards, vocals)
  • Kyle Walsh (drums)
  • Jason Rawlings (drums)
  • Ken Coomer (drums)
  • Matt Mahaffey (keyboards, backing vocals)
  • Mac Burrus (bass)
  • Jeff Keeran (backing vocals)
  • Brian Carter (engineering, production)
  • Tom Burns (artwork)
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