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8 thoughts on “ Retriever - The Dodos - Individ (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. 'Individ' by The Dodos warrants its existence purely by virtue of the track, 'Competition' - that one's a beaut! The rest of the album is pretty good I suppose. These guys make the bare-bones drum and guitar combo go further than most, but the majority of the songwriting is a bit indie-vanilla (if vanilla was the most melancholic ice-cream.
  2. Jan 27,  · The Dodos: Individ Review. By Ryan Reed as the album thrives on the pair’s virtuosic interplay—from the visceral distortion of “Retriever” to the motorik muscle of epic closer.
  3. Very succesful Danish 80's pop group. Singer Dodo Gad was brought in to do the vocals on the football anthem VM Holdet - Re-Sepp-Ten, a session that included Steen Christiansen, Anders Valbro and Jens amhiehenpaculleospatfizzsimisralax.coinfo lead to the formation of Dodo And The Dodo's, a major Danish 80's pop succes.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Dodos - Individ at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your The Dodos collection/5(48).
  5. Jan 23,  · First Impressions: The Dodos, “Individ” Published on January 23, February 8, by The Revue (Staff) It’s surprising to discover that The Dodos have been around for a .
  6. Individ's first single "Competition" is a shining example of this proclivity, built on dueling guitar lines that overlap above and below a persistent drum beat as Long's assured vocals soar above it all. At other points, "Goodbyes and Endings" infuses a similar up-tempo feel while changing time signatures every few bars. "Retriever" chugs along on one of the dirtiest guitar riffs the Dodos.
  7. Perhaps more than any previous Dodos album, Individ is a marvel to listen to, an almost aggressively physical display of musicianship and a chemistry borne out of an ideal partnership. For all its technical skill, though, this focus inward makes for a circular listening experience, at .
  8. The Dodos have made an album that shows the years they've lived, the friends they've gained and lost, and hopefully what's in store for the future of the band. From "Darkness" and it's gentle swells and lilting vocals, to "Retriever" and it's fuzzed-out manic persistence, to the epic closer "Pattern/Shadow", Meric Long and Logan Kroeber have made an album filled with light and life/5(6).

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