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Dambuilders (ダムビルダ−ス)

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カタログNo
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2.92356
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1994
フォーマット
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CD
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Dave Derby(Bass),  Dave Derby(Vocals),  Eric Masunaga(Guitar),  Eric Masunaga(Vocals),  Joan Wasser(Violin),  Joan Wasser(Vocals),  Kevin March(Drums),  Kevin March(Vocals),  Eric Masunaga(Engineer),  Eric Masunaga(Producer),  Jon Lupfer(Engineer),  Dambuilders(Producer),  Eric Masunaga(Mixing),  Michael Miller(Photography),  Milan Bertosa(Mixing),  R.H. Spencer(Design),  Ted Jensen(Mastering)

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Boston's Dambuilders thankfully didn't conform themselves for the sake of their major-label debut. If anything, the opening moments of the grating Copsucker showed that they were ready to scream louder and rawer than they had in the past. The only noticeable change -- and a refreshing one at that -- is that the slightly polished production helps bring out the band's striking melodies and the tenderness in Dave Derby's vocals (at their most inspired on Smell), which serves a wider assortment of dramatics than any of the band's previous compositions. Joan Wasser's violin evolves as the primary rhythmic force, and the strength of her playing on the driving Kill Haole Day or the minor alternative radio hit Shrine assures that the strings will never be categorized simply as a modern rock novelty. Continuing their quest to write a song for every state, the band serves up Delaware and a slightly glossed over version of their former Idaho. ~ Jason Kaufman, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Copsucker (02:42)
  • 02. Smell (03:52)
  • 03. Kill Haole Day (03:36)
  • 04. Slo-Mo Kikaida (04:51)
  • 05. Idaho (02:55)
  • 06. Colin's Heroes (04:11)
  • 07. Collective (04:43)
  • 08. Shrine (02:54)
  • 09. Delaware (04:43)
  • 10. Fur (04:38)

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Dambuilders

Formed in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1989, the alternative pop band the Dambuilders originally comprised vocalist/bassist Dave Derby and guitarist Eric Masunaga, both formerly of the Exactones. Shortly after forming, the duo recorded a demo, dubbed A Young Person's Guide, which mysteriously made its way to Europe, where it landed at the offices of the Berlin-based label Cuacha; with only minor remixing,

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