The Dodos - Time To Die

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Album Review

Release date: 30 August 2009

The Dodos - Time To Die

Album review: The Dodos - 'Time To Die'

When a ‘talk-of-the-blogosphere’ band step out into the real world, this happens

If the internet as we know it, imploded tomorrow, what’s the worst that could happen? OK, industry and commerce would grind to a halt, banking systems would collapse, governments would certainly crumble, there’d be widespread looting and rioting in the streets, hospitals would overflow, martial law would have to be imposed and you’d miss out on Lily Allen tweeting about the cricket....

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  • Aug 31, 2009

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This is a cut above your average US alt.art-rock, which sounds like The Strokes doing The Shins

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A beautiful setting doesn't make a perfect show. The J Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Saturday, August 8

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The Dodos News

The Dodos expand world tour

The Dodos expand world tour

Californian three-piece add dates to their winter jaunt

The Dodos preview new material at LA's Getty Museum

The Dodos preview new material at LA's Getty Museum

Massive crowd battles heavy traffic to see San Francisco trio

The Dodos stream new album online

The Dodos stream new album online

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The Dodos - Time To Die: Wikipedia Album Entry

Time To Die is the third album to be released by The Dodos. It was produced by producer Phil Ek, best known for his work on albums by The Shins, Fleet Foxes, Built to Spill and Band of Horses. The album leaked to the internet on July 9th, and is due for release in September 2009.

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