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Album Review

Working from the same basic formula that made their debut a winner, Dodgy perfected their approach with their second album, Homegrown. The trio's hooks and melodies are sharper, making songs like "Staying Out for the Summer," "Melodies Haunt You," "So Let Me Go Far" and "Making the Most Of" indelible slices of punk-pop. There are still a few stray moments where the band gets by on sound, not songs, but Homegrown is overall a tight, invigorating record.

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The Best Britpop Album Ever Made

Everyone should own this album, it is classic Britpop and perhaps one of the best summer albums ever written! Just sit back, relax and let the tunes wash over you, Staying out for the Summer is obviously the classic track but Grassman is also a faultless piece of pop. Melodies Haunt You and So let me go far are also stand out tracks. This is perhaps the most underated album of the 90s so download it now and enjoy some timeless summertime pop! Forget Oasis, Pulp and Blur, Dodgy are definitive Britpop!

Good Album

I'm not sure if I agree that this is the best brit pop album ever made, indeed I don't even think its the best album Dodgy released. Its is however a good album woith some great tunes, including the summer anthem, staying out... Well worth a listen.

Road trippin

This is a underrated but classic album and was the soundtrack to a memorable road trip back in the long hot summer of '95. Pretty much every song has more than a tinge of 60s psychedelica and evokes long lazy days chilling out on the beach - even the cover photo captures this perfectly. Staying out for the summer, So let me go far, Crossroads, Making the most of and Grassman are the highlights. Dodgy would have been a much bigger band if they'd had a better name.

Biography

Born: 1990 in London, England

Genre: Rock

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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