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While many of their Constellation labelmates concerned themselves more with ambience, Do Make Say Think was a bit more traditional, but only a bit. In fact, the band owes as much to dub and early Kraftwerk as it does to psychedelic space rock. On each of the album's (mostly) lengthy tracks, the band takes its time getting from A to B. Yawnsville, if you're looking for a rock album, but a great way to mellow out if you're in no particular hurry. As with other Constellation releases, the packaging is of special interest, with a cutout in the front of the sleeve and multiple cards you can insert, for a different album each time.


Formed: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Toronto band Do Make Say Think began as the psychedelic-influenced instrumental improvisations of bassist/trumpeter Charles Spearin, guitarist Justin Small, and drummer James Payment. The band grew to include keyboardist Jason MacKenzie and multi-instrumentalist Ohad Benchetrit, with the final addition of drummer Dave Mitchell in 1998. Do Make Say Think released their self-titled debut on Constellation Records in late 1998, followed by the early-2000 release Goodbye Enemy Airship the Landlord Is...
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