A sequel that’s faster, flashier and more bombastic than the original
Dandy Warhols : Godless
Mission to become the 21st century's psychedelic rock band continues apace...
Black Sabbath effort any moment, they soon slip easily into an acoustic strum and the muffled crescendo of trumpets (this week's instrument of choice, worryingly enough) repeating the main
hook over and over. Courtney Taylor's whispered, sometimes sinister vocal is still the band's trademark, though; taunting yet seductive, while perfectly offsetting the brilliant, sprawling Massive Attack remix on the B-side here. They turn The Dandy Warhols into the seedy, off-kilter monster they've always been
in Courtney's dreams. And that's as hard to resist as he hoped it would be.
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