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Fundamentally Sound

Fundamentally Sound
Origin University of Wisconsin–Madison
Genres A cappella
Years active 2005–present
Labels Collegiate
Website Fundamentally Sound

Fundamentally Sound is a collegiate a cappella group on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus.[1] Founded in 2005, Fundamentally Sound is a competitive all male a cappella group that performs at both small and large venues while also leading workshops for student groups and choirs around the midwest.[2] They compete every year at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella qualifying for the semi-finals in 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015.[3]


  • Albums 1
    • Stratosphere (2009) 1.1
    • Sound the Alarm (2012) 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3


Fundamentally Sound has recorded 2 studio albums and began work on their third in the fall of 2013.

Stratosphere (2009)

  • Studio Album
  • Released 2009
No. Title Length
1. "Died in Ya Arms"   3:57
2. "High and Dry"   4:15
3. "Superstar"   4:40
4. "Let Love In"   4:45
5. "Lost"   3:45
6. "What You Got"   4:30
7. "Killin’ In the Name"   6:00
8. "Apologize"   3:30
9. "Boston"   4:25
10. "I Believe In a Thing Called Love"   2:50
11. "The Luckiest"   4:15
12. "Closer"   4:05


Sound the Alarm (2012)

  • Studio Album
  • Released: 2012
No. Title Length
1. "Smooth Criminal"   3:40
2. "Another Again"   4:22
3. "DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love"   3:44
4. "Delicate"   4:51
5. "Gimme Shelter"   2:46
6. "All the Above"   4:04
7. "Lovesong"   3:18
8. "Break Your Heart"   4:50
9. "I (Who Have Nothing)"   3:25
10. "B.O.B."   4:02



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External links

  • Fundamentally Sound Official Website
  • Fundamentally Sound Youtube Channel
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