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This album has a real edge about it, its lively and catchy. It's a grower so i reccomend you keep listening. The Panic - 7 Waiting For Go - 10 Stitches - 9 Clean Up Your Eyes - 9.5 Pick You Up - 10 New Ideas - 8.5 In & Out - 8.5 Things You Cannot See - 10 Symptoms - 9 Lose Ourselves - 7.5 Feels Like Sleep - 7.5


Ive followd this band for a while now and this debut album is the best ive bought in ages soo you need to get it.starts of amazingly with The Panic has the awsome Pick You Up and ends beautifully with Feels Like Sleep.hope you enjoy it as much as i do.

Gonna be big!

I hope these guys make it big! Great Album!!


Formed: June, 2005 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Taking their name from a bit of dialogue from the fantasy film Willow (spelled "daikinis," the word referred to unusually tall people), Scotland's the Dykeenies hail from Cumbernauld, a town near Glasgow. The group was formed by vocalist Brian Henderson (who doubles on keyboards) and his brother, lead guitarist Alan Henderson, in the summer of 2005. Writing songs that reflected an arty but enthusiastic fusion of pop, rock, and electronic accents, Brian and Alan recruited their brother Andrew Henderson...
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