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Album Review

Crimes of the Mind is a loopy, stoned excursion that winds through Dead-style rock and hippie folk-rock as interpreted by the Dude of Life. Throughout the record, the Dude is supported by his longtime friends Phish, who make the record somewhat interesting. While the Dude's vocals and lyrics are certainly an acquired taste, most Phish fans will appreciate the band's relaxed, sympathetic playing, which casually demonstrates their virtuosity.

Customer Reviews

Has its bright spots

"Crimes of the Mind" and "Trials and Tribulations" are both pretty good songs. "Self" is worth downloading because it was recorded at the same time as Phish's "Chalkdust Torture" and features similar riffs. The rest of the album is pretty decent but nothing special.

Biography

Genre: Rock

The Dude of Life was the alias of Steve Pollak, a New York-based singer/songwriter best known for his longstanding affiliation with jam-band icons Phish. He earned his stage moniker during the early 1980s while attending high school alongside future Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio, occasionally appearing in full Dude regalia -- tapestry, goggles, and hat -- with Anastasio's teenage band Space Antelope; together, they later collaborated on Phish favorites including "Run Like an Antelope" and "Suzie...
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Crimes of the Mind, The Dude of Life and Phish
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Jazz, Psychedelic, Fusion
  • Released: Oct 25, 1994

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