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Dubstar - Disgraceful - Cd
Dubstar operated in the same terrain as The Beautiful South and Morrissey--there's a very flat sense of Northern melancholy about them, all high rises and low self-esteem. This is especially so on "Not So Manic Now" about a girl unable to leave her flat since she was assaulted and "Just A Girl She Said", a cold study of an emotionally abusive sexual relationship delivered in authentically numb tones by Halifax-born vocalist Sarah Blackwood. Whereas The Beautiful South revel in semi-detached greyness, however, and Morrissey is prone to lyrically provocative gestures, Dubstar match the deadpan restraint of their lyrics with a sparkling techno-indie soundtrack, courtesy of Chris Wilkie's janglepop guitar and programmer Steve Wilkie's layers of synthesizer. The sumptuous "Stars" and ska-flecked "Elevator Song" in particular hint at a backdrop of teasing glamour and neon lights against which disappointingly ordinary lives are led. --David Stubbs
Top Customer Reviews
The songwriting is particularly strong, the title track being an example, and Sarah Blackwood's (perfectly pitched) vocals are just right, adding a funny, almost folky feel to very electric music. This is one of the few records/CDs I can play all the through, always looking forward to the next track.
if you're new to Dubstar, listen to "Stars" and "Disgraceful", you'll be hooked. It's such a shame they didn't continue and that, apart from the single "No more talk", they never really matched this. It's even better bearing in mind it was their first effort
Other highlights of this 1995 debut from this three-piece band, include the opening song 'Stars', 'Just A Girl She Said', the haunting 'The Day I See You Again', and of course, 'Not So Manic Now'. The voice of Dubstar's female vocalist Sarah Blackwood is naturally, pleasantly very sweet, but she can really deliver a tune with sincerity, vulnerability, and authority.
Buy 'Disgraceful', listen to it with a glass of wine in the sun, and transport yourself back to 1995.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my first Amazon Review, be gentle with me! I just picked this up on Marketplace for loose change, and at that price it's worth listening to. Read morePublished on 10 Mar. 2012 by SteveC
The first Dubstar album is their most poppy, jangly and generally enjoyable. Whilst the lyrics are caked in deadpan, boredom and biting humour, the music is the polar opposite. Read morePublished on 7 Oct. 2003 by R. Baker
This album is definitely worth a look... their style is not a million miles away from early St. Etienne. Read morePublished on 22 May 2002