I'm Not a Fan, But the Kids Like It!

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I'm Not a Fan, But the Kids Like It!
Studio album by Brokencyde
Released June 16, 2009
Genre Crunkcore
Length 62:48
Label Break Silence
Producer Mike Kumagai, Se7en
Brokencyde chronology
I'm Not a Fan, But the Kids Like It!
Will Never Die
Singles from I'm Not a Fan, But the Kids Like It!
  1. "Get Crunk"

I'm Not a Fan, But the Kids Like It! is the debut album by the hip hop group Brokencyde.


Commercial performance[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
NME (negative)[2]
Sputnikmusic (1/5)[3]

The album debuted at number 86 on the Billboard 200,[4] with over 6,000 copies sold in the first week.

Critical reception[edit]

The album was critically panned worldwide. An NME writer gave the album a negative review, stating "even if I caught Prince Harry and Gary Glitter adorned in Nazi regalia defecating through my grandmother's letterbox I would still consider making them listen to this album too severe a punishment."[5] Kerrang! also gave the album a negative review, stating that "I'm Not a Fan... boasts a self-aware title, but that's where all trace of intelligence ends." Allmusic's review was more moderate, noting that although the album displays an "irresponsible attitude toward drinking, women, and songwriting", it also boasts "silly energy" and "some great ideas conceived in a high-school hallway."[6]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Intro"   0:40
2. "FreaXXX"   3:34
3. "Skeet Skeet"   3:57
4. "Late Nite Call" (skit) 0:44
5. "Booty Call" (featuring E-40) 3:24
6. "Get Crunk!"   4:23
7. "Yellow Bus"   3:22
8. "Get Up" (featuring Daddy X) 3:48
9. "Jealousy"   3:33
10. "Poppin'"   3:20
11. "40 Oz."   4:29
12. "Sex Toys"   2:58
13. "Rockstar"   4:06
14. "Schitzo"   4:08
15. "Scene Girls"   3:43
16. "Tipsy"   4:57
17. "I'm Sorry" ("I'm Sorry" ends at 6:39 but is succeeded by an untitled hidden track which begins at 6:48) 7:45
Total length:


  • Produced by Mike Kumagai and Se7en, except for "Scene Girls", "40 Oz.", and "Yellow Bus" which are produced by Tristan Krause
  • Executive production by Brad Baker and Kevin Zinger
  • Mastered by Tom Baker
  • Art direction and design by Casey Quintal

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak
US Billboard 200[7] 86
US Independent Albums[7] 11