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Album Review

Dexter Freebish return from the edge of modern rock stardom with Tripped Into Devine. Though they're no longer on Capitol, Devine does still sound like a major-label album, grinning with studio sheen from end to end. Single "Prozack (Be Like Me)" isn't as strong as their 2000 breakthrough, "Leaving Town," but it's a solid opener for the album, which really plays up frontman Kyle's vocal similarity to Bono. Dexter themselves run amicably through a set of slick adult alternative pop — it's not very memorable, but it's entirely capable and mildly entertaining. Fans of Fuel, Verve Pipe, and Nine Days should find enough to like here.

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Just refound this album!

I lucked out and found this album back in 2004 for $1 at a record store who had been playing it in the store. It is a full play disc. There isn't a bad track and unlike a lot of stuff today, it is like hearing a story the whole album through. Awesome


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Dexter Freebish is the alternative pop/rock quintet unafraid of the pop inclinations. Hailing from Texas, they have been molding their crafty pop sound since the late '90s around their love for artists such as the Beatles, U2, Jimi Hendrix, the Verve, and Neil Diamond. It was only a matter of time that these inspiring musicians -- Kyle (frontman), Scott Romig (guitar), Charles Martin (guitar), Chris Lowe (bass), and Rob Schilz (drums) -- would come together and form Dexter Freebish. They were signed...
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