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Customer Reviews

Do they get bored before three minutes is up?!

These tracks are too short which makes this album far too self indulgent. Make us want to sit and listen for heaven's sake!

Great tracks

So far have downloaded Cult of Love and Lost Boys and Girls Club…….great tracks…..think of Garbage with more distortion plus a sprinkling of Cocteau Twins and Chris Isaak's guitar.

Solid album

This album grows on you the more you listen to it. 'Are You Okay?' is a haunting song that nears melodic perfection; Rimbaud Eyes has a dark 80's vibe to it. Good to know there are musicians out there who can produce some decent material.


Formed: 2008 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Since they emerged at a time when C-86-inspired acts like Vivian Girls and the Pains of Being Pure at Heart were in vogue, it's little wonder that California's Dum Dum Girls -- a group whose '60s-inflected lo-fi pop brings to mind acts like Black Tambourine and Dolly Mixture -- became something of a sensation on the indie circuit soon after the release of their first single. In 2008, lead singer Kristin Gundred (aka Dee Dee) began making solo recordings as Dum Dum Girls, deriving the name both from...
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