Monday, November 16, 2015

Dada 1994 American Highway Flower

Genre: Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:13:20
Size: 100,60 MB

United States

I loved this CD back in the 90s and then kind of lost track of it. I picked it up again a couple of weeks ago and haven't been able to get enough of it. Twenty years later this album still holds up great. It starts off strong and then really gets going.

I wasn't a big fan of a lot of music coming out of this time period of the 90s. Grunge dominated a lot of the sounds of the day. But this album broke through the noise with a special sound and mood.

Feet to the Sun is a great track, with a good tune and kind of a surf mood to it. It feels great. Pretty Girls Make Graves hits harder, but keeps the album moving. Gogo has a great electric bass line with a lot of acoustic guitars too. Very fun.

This is a great album for driving, hanging out at the beach, or even for listening to at work when you'd rather be driving or hanging out at the beach. (Dave Edmiston)


01 - Ask The Dust 05:34

02 - Feet To The Sun 03:14

03 - All I Am 04:50

04 - Scum 03:31

05 - Pretty Girls Make Graves 04:53

06 - Gogo 02:55

07 - Feel Me Don't You 05:24

08 - Real Soon 05:28

09 - S. F. Bar '63 04:04

10 - 8 Track 04:49

11 - Green Henry 04:59

12 - I 03:45

13 - Heaven And Nowhere 05:26

14 - I'm Feeling Nothing 02:34

15 - Little Insister 07:01

16 - All American Suicide 04:53

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