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4.0 out of 5 stars Soup Dragons at their best
Even better than Hang Ten. This import of Lovegod brings back lots of memories. With all songs in a more psychadelic theme than the Soup's previous albums. The best song on the album is Im Free (brilliant video). It's a shame the Soup Dragons broke up...
Published on 22 Mar 2000 by G. A. Hardy

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2.0 out of 5 stars Poop Dragons.
I must admit I was a fan when this was released, and it was a typical album of the time. The songs are not the strongest element, but their not the weakest. The production and sounds on this album make it sound terribly dated compared to other albums of the era. There's a version of "I'm Free" (Jagger/Richards) and various samples from the Monkees "Head". Provides little...
Published on 5 Dec 2003 by Mr. M. R. Pountney


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4.0 out of 5 stars Soup Dragons at their best, 22 Mar 2000
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Even better than Hang Ten. This import of Lovegod brings back lots of memories. With all songs in a more psychadelic theme than the Soup's previous albums. The best song on the album is Im Free (brilliant video). It's a shame the Soup Dragons broke up...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Funked up fusion Reggae. Loved it!, 18 Dec 2000
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This album is a fantastic fusion of laid back reggae/rock steady beats, mixed up with some of the liveliest pop beats you'll here in a long time. Kinda like The Pixies - Doolittle meets Bob Marley's early days, with a little new wave thrown in.
If you looking for some laid back, chilled out, pool side sundowners vibes, then this is a 'must have'.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Poop Dragons., 5 Dec 2003
This review is from: Lovegod [Us Import] (Audio CD)
I must admit I was a fan when this was released, and it was a typical album of the time. The songs are not the strongest element, but their not the weakest. The production and sounds on this album make it sound terribly dated compared to other albums of the era. There's a version of "I'm Free" (Jagger/Richards) and various samples from the Monkees "Head". Provides little more than a early 90's UK nostalgia trip.
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