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Album Review

While Free Peace Sweet isn't as consistently engaging as Homegrown, it is nevertheless filled with terrific little punk-pop songs, from "In A Room," "Jack the Lad" and "If You're Thinking of Me" to "Ain't No Longer Asking," "Prey for Drinking" and "Homegrown." Dodgy's style is beginning to sound a bit formulaic, but there's no denying that the band has an infectious, exciting sound that makes the similarities between their albums forgivable.

Customer Reviews

underrated

this is a truly underrated album. ok so they were never the biggest or even best band of the britpop era, they did provide one of the albums of that time. its full of great indie anthems, and slower chillout relaxed tunes. ive been preying that they would get back together for years, sadly i cant ever see that happening. in the meantime, we'll have to make do with this, which isnt really a bad thing.

Neglected Ears

I can remember listening to this album, after stealing it from my sister, when I was about 14 and had forgotten how good it is until the other day when I saw it on Amazon for £0.38 (£1.68 inc P&P!!!!). My sister eventually figured I had it and throttled me. One of Those Rivers is a particular favourite. There is a song for everyone on this album, there seems to be different styles to suit the mood of the moment. A good judge to this statement would be my ageing mother who often asked me to play it in the kitchen whilst I was helping to prepare dinner. Some might call it BritPop, others Indie, but whatever it is, it is a damn good album and well worth a good listening to. As the title might suggest, my ears felt a little neglected as I haven’t listened to this album for about 5 years, but I shall neglect them no more. If you have a spare couple of pounds, then get this album.

A Gem

Strong tracks all the way through. I hear Dodgy as a cross between the Who and Blur, check out 'UKRIP' and 'Jack the lad'. 'Homegrown' ends the album on a high. Well recorded to.

Biography

Born: 1990 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

Dodgy never were taken seriously. Then again, they never wanted to be taken seriously. As the clowns of Brit-pop, Dodgy carved out a niche with their infectious, goofy punk-pop that alternately sounded like the early Who and the Stone Roses. While they had a number of hit singles in the U.K., highlighted by "Staying Out for the Summer," their quirky British humor prevented them from landing an American record deal for several years. Nevertheless, Dodgy were able to maintain a devoted cult following...
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