The Psychedelic Swamp

Dr. DogFebruary 5, 2016
Alternative/Indie℗ 2015 Dr. Dog, under exclusive license to Anti
14
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The Psychedelic Swamp is the ninth album by psychedelic rock band Dr. Dog. It was recorded in 2001 and intended to be their debut album, but was rehashed, reproduced, and eventually released on February 5, 2016. It is the band's fourth release on the ANTI- record label, and is a revamped version of their unreleased debut LP. The album was produced and engineered by Nathan Sabatino.

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Songs
1
Golden Hind3:12
2
Dead Record Player3:31
3
Swampedelic Pop3:42
4
Bring My Baby Back3:48
5
Holes In My Back2:34
6
Fire on My Back2:37
7
Swamp Descent1:28
8
Engineer Says4:09
9
In Love3:07
10
(swamp inflammation)0:42
11
Badvertise3:24
12
Good Grief2:59
13
Swamp Is On3:42
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Additional Information

Tracks
13
Released
February 5, 2016
Label
℗ 2015 Dr. Dog, under exclusive license to Anti
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Internet connection
Required for streaming and downloading
Playback information
Via Google Play Music app on Android v4+, iOS v7+, or by exporting MP3 files to your computer and playing on any MP3 compatible music player
Dr. Dog have always been adorable, one of those bands who make your face hurt from smiling wide when you see them live. This isn't because they're funny, but simply because their songs are impossible not to sing and sway along to, with the band members clearly having a blast as they play them. On their sixth proper album, they do their best job yet of translating that infectious joy to disc, of convincing those who haven't had the privilege of attending a show that these mad swirls of symphonic pop, with hints here and there of T. Rex or the Beach Boys or random one-hit wonders from 1970s A.M. radio, are actually being played by just five or six scruffy dudes. The melodies remain deceptively simple, the arrangements creative without calling undue attention to themselves, the harmonies raggedly glorious—but for once nothing sounds forced or over-thought. Bass parts lope perfectly beneath lyrics that might mean nothing but seem to mean everything; whether bassist Toby Leaman's howling out his angst about a thoughtless lover or guitarist Scott McMicken's chirping about his tiny place in the cosmos, the overriding feeling is one of bliss. As good as this record is, Dr. Dog never come off as crazily gifted geniuses, just friendly guys with astonishingly good ears and an ability to read one another's minds. Each song is every bit as enjoyable as the one before it, so rather than direct your attention to just one or two, we recommend you drop the virtual needle at the beginning, let it play to the end, then repeat.
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