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Fan Mail - The Dickies - Dawn Of The Dickies


1979
Label: A&M Records - L 37136,A&M Records - L37136,A&M Records - AMLE-68510 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock, Punk
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The Dickies march boldly past the three-minute song duration mark on their second release. Tempos for the most part here are a little less frantic, allowing the inherent tunefulness of these songs to come through more clearly. Fan Mail - The Dickies - Dawn Of The Dickies few selections, particularly those with monster movie lyrics, are set to noticeably slower music; one of these numbers, "Attack of the Mole Men," sports highly unusual chord progressions and comes as close to being a big production number as the group ever gets.

The maudlin Moody Blues tune "Nights in White Satin" gets an uproariously funny trampling here; not only is the song given at breakneck speed, but in addition, the original version's expressive flute solo is played nearly note for note on grinding guitar and is further adorned with faux heavy metal embellishments. This surprisingly strong platter is well worth hearing. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.

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9 Thoughts to “ Fan Mail - The Dickies - Dawn Of The Dickies ”

  1. Zulugis
    Dawn of the Dickies was The Dickies ' second album, released in It included the UK hits " Nights in White Satin " (a high-speed cover of a Moody Blues song) which reached No. 39 in the UK chart in September and "Fan Mail" which made No. 57 in February Genre: Punk rock, new wave.
  2. Doull
    Dec 29,  · manny moe moe and jack nights in white white satin attack of the mole mole men fan mail dawn of the dickies incredible shrinking stuck in a pagoda shrinking dickies punk lyrics heard ramones albums pop vinyl chollo eye. Showing of 24 reviews. Top Reviews/5(24).
  3. Akinolar
    The Dickies march boldly past the three-minute song duration mark on their second release. Tempos for the most part here are a little less frantic, allowing the inherent tunefulness of these songs to come through more clearly.8/
  4. Jum
    Jul 09,  · referencing Dawn Of The Dickies, LP, Album, AMLE Question. I'm trying to find a listing for this but my matrix numbers don't exactly match US copies from /5().
  5. Gashakar
    Dec 29,  · Dawn of the Dickies not only includes the classics 'Where Did His Eye Go'?, 'Fan Mail', 'Manny, Moe and Jack', 'Infidel Zombie', 'I'm a Chollo', 'Nights in White Satin', 'I'm Stuck in a Pagoda With) Tricia Toyota', 'I've Got a Splitting Hedachi', 'Attack of the Mole Men', and 'She Loves Me Not' but also also has the bonus of having bonus /5(24).
  6. Melkree
    Dec 29,  · The Dickies album "Dawn Of The Dickies" can be described as an album that was ahead of their time and ahead of the Ramones. This Dickies album sounds like what the Ramones did on their album with Phil Spector entitled "End of the Century"/5(24).

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