Bad Reputation - The dBs - Stands For Decibels (Vinyl, LP)


Download Bad Reputation - The dBs - Stands For Decibels  (Vinyl, LP)
1981
Label: Albion Records - LP 3330 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Power Pop


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8 Thoughts to “ Bad Reputation - The dBs - Stands For Decibels (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Tulkis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Stands For Decibels on Discogs.4/5(87).
  2. Akinot
    22 rows · Aug 05,  · referencing Stands For Decibels, LP, Album, ALB This is a fantastic /5().
  3. Tautaur
    Jan 05,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the White Vinyl release of Stands For Decibels on Discogs. Label: Albion Records - ALLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Limited Edition, Reissue White • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Power Pop4/5(12).
  4. Kajijinn
    "Stands for Decibels" was recorded in and first appeared in It's mannered music, very self-conscious, and somewhat speedier and more brittle than its obvious model, Big Star. The intricate overlay of guitars, the nimble drumming, the whole way that the dB's build their arrangements, is /5(9).
  5. Zujind
    "repercussion" continues in the same vein but the 60's influence is stronger (beatles, byrds etc). the bands hyper energy seems to have calmed down since the first lp and the songs are a touch more conventional sounding (just!) and also lyrically its much stronger. prehaps not as strong as "stand for decibels", it holds up on it own pretty well /5(21).
  6. Meramar
    "Stands for Decibels" was recorded in and first appeared in It's mannered music, very self-conscious, and somewhat speedier and more brittle than its obvious model, Big Star. The intricate overlay of guitars, the nimble drumming, the whole way that the dB's build their arrangements, is /5(10).
  7. Voodoolar
    May 19,  · The album was commercially unsuccessful but critically acclaimed. Stands for Decibels was ranked No. 76 on Pitchfork's list of "Top Albums of the s". At the time of its release, the dB's consisted of singer/guitarists Chris Stamey and Peter Holsapple, bassist Gene Holder, and drummer Will Rigby.
  8. Yozshusar
    On their debut, the dB's combined a reverence for British pop and arty, post-punk leanings that alternate between minimalism and a love of quirky embellishment, odd sounds, and unexpected twists; Stands for Decibels is clearly a collegiate pop experiment, but rarely is experimentation so enjoyable and irresistibly catchy.

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