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  • Audio CD (20 Feb. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rubbercheese
  • ASIN: B0006L89P6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 853,028 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. All Your Friends Are Strangers
  2. List Of Woes
  3. Bad Times
  4. Sugar Sand
  5. Angel Food
  6. Still Not Scared
  7. The Sound Is Loud
  8. Alright To Be Wrong
  9. Kill The Light
  10. Waiting
  11. You've Got To Have Hope
  12. Drive By
  13. All The Love In The World

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Format: Audio CD
For the uninitiated Moondogg (not to be confused with various bands/artists named Moondog)is the brainchild of guitarist Robert "Derwood" Andrews formlerly of punk icons Generation X and unjustly forgotten 80's "beatbox" rock n' rollers Westworld and his former bandmate from the latter band vocalist Elizabeth Westwood.

This is their third album of mixing "Derwood"'s soulful, bluesy slide guitaring with modern post drum n' bass electronic music (provided on the various records by producer Martin Lee-Stephenson and a gentleman named Jerry Judd) and Elizabeth's distinctive vocals and is by far the most coherent and accessible offering to date. That's not to say that the two previous records "God's Wallop" and "Fat Lot Of Good" are bad in any way, just that the slightly self-indulgent feeling that previous records had and unnecessarily drawn out and repetitive songs that marred some of their output have now largely been consigned to the dustbin.

As with previous band Westworld, whilst they aren't the only act in the world today combining different styles of music, they have managed to find their own unique and exciting blend that stands apart from anyone else making music today. Again like their previous band(who incidentally they sound nothing at all like) their blending of the old in the form of rootsy American music and the futuristic in the shape of the more underground elements of modern electronic music(with a more distinctly European vibe) acheives the feat of making their music seem somehow timeless. You definitely get the impression that their music will sound as fresh and relevant without being trendy and capturing the zeitgeist in say 10 years' time as it does today.
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I bought this purely on the strength of being a fan of all the Westworld stuff. I didn't expect it to sound LIKE them, but overall it just fell a bit flat.

Has it's moments of beauty and the group have an interesting sound. Andrews's guitar sounds fantastic as always but isn't heard enough, and Westwoods vocals are as good as ever but 2 things let the album down for me. The "songs" wandered along without direction and I got bored with most before they'd finished, one was repetitive in the extreme and had me reaching for the skip button. The other point is the singing. I'd assumed it would all be Elizabeth Westwood but there's male vocals on some tracks and they're horrible.

Just my opinion but i would advise anyone thinking of a purchase to listen to a few tracks in full first.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x90412720) out of 5 stars 1 review
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HASH(0x90508f0c) out of 5 stars Derwood and Westwood outdo themselves again 2 Feb. 2006
By C. Grayson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you have found your way onto this page, consider yourself blessed with good taste. You have found a gem. You're also lucky because this is a title where every track is available to sample. Therefore, you don't have to rely on my taste or opinion, you can simply click the sample links and have a listen yourself. I highly recommend that you do. If this had been a major label release, instead of a self produced effort, Bad Times could have been a huge hit song. Buy this album, and then share it with a friend.
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