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Dananananananananananana... Great Album!!!

Opening with "Hey Everyone's" Boxer ring entrance style you can tell that the album is instantly about guitars and anthems swelling with atmosphere, the album is full of delicious guitar pieces from the start to finish. The album has a track that almost any fan of a band that includes guitars and drums can love, the fast pace guitar race in "Pink Sabath" the more indie styled "Black Wax" the heavy breaks in "The Greater Than Symbol & The Hash" and "Hey James" and the catchy guitar riffs found in "Some Dresses" and "Song One Puzzle". Dananananaykroyd forge songs by throwing in various aspects of music, you get your catchy guitar sections with interesting yet none the less chantable lyrical constructions, combined with screamo heavy sections which bring the "fight" to the sound, which no doubt is the build up that fans at the front are dying for, and your slow melodic sometimes anthemic breakdowns which you can indulge in; all resulting in a genre from Dananananaykroyd titled "Fight Pop". Though this combining styles approach has proved to be a double edged sword and can sometimes make you avoid a song just because you might not want to listen to the screaming and heavy guitars in one part. That aside the album is a fantastic debut for the Scotish band and is something that you should listen all the way through before you think that each song is the same.

The Best Fight-Pop Album Ever!

This album really is very interesting and is undoubtedly the best album of 2009 so far (19/4/09). The album is fairly consistent in song quality throughout (as with tempo!) and is surprisingly heavy. The best track in my opinion is Pink Sabbath, due to its quirky riff and awesome chorus. Infinity Milk comes a close second with an even better riff and bizarre tempo changes. However, there are two slight flaws to this album too. The Greater Than Symbol And The Hash is unnecissarily long due to it's "extended noise period." Also, the lack of structure is slightly daunting in places (Song One Puzzle). Overall, I would recommend this album though for most people who take a vague interest in Indie-Pop and Heavy Rock. Song Scores Hey Everyone: 8/10 Watch This: 9/10 The Greater Than Symbol And The Hash: 6/10 Black Wax: 9/10 Totally Bone: 9/10 Pink Sabbath: 10/10 Infinity Milk: 9/10 One Chance: 7/10 Some Dresses: 9/10 1993: 8/10 Hey James: 8/10 Song One Puzzle: 7/10 Chrome Rainbow: 9/10 Overall: 9/10

Album of the year?

Buy it. This could well be the album of the year! Awesome from beginning to end!


Formed: 2006 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 2006, six-piece fight-pop hardcore outfit Dananananaykroyd rapidly got a reputation for their fierce and brutal live performances. From the first concerts the band's surefire, energetic shows drew comparisons to the likes of At the Drive-In at their peak. No less than two drummers deliver stunningly fast and tight rhythms while the guitar riffs are no slower, but cutting and distorted blasts of fury beyond recognition. Dananananaykroyd started life in January of 2006...
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