Dodgy - 'Stand Upright In A Cool Place'

Dodgy - 'Stand Upright In A Cool Place'

One day, Dodgy may go down as a guilty pleasure of the Britpop years – for all the amiable camper van buffoonery, the likes of ‘In A Room’ were deceptively savage, Who-esque minor indie-rock classics. You can’t blame them for coming out...

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Dodgy - 'What Became Of You'

Dodgy - 'What Became Of You'

It’s not entirely clear why Dodgy have reformed. They were the buffonish Chuckle Brothers of Britpop, and this jaunty comeback does little to dispel the idea of them as clod-hopping, bong-sucking stoners. On the other hand, YouTube commenters...

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Dodgy

Dodgy

A decade ago Dodgy so captured the sound of stoned summer afternoons that festival promoters didn’t bother booking them and just kept the 3pm Main Stage slot free and expected them to turn up. This sprawling Radio 1 sessions compilation is the...

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Dodgy : 'We All Need A Little' (Lifting)

Dodgy : 'We All Need A Little' (Lifting)

Talk about setting yourself up for a fall...Dodgy, who have been releasing records since the time of Moses, boast on their press release that new singer David Bassey is the best white soul singer since Liam Gallagher. Needless to say, he's not....

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Feather Cuts And Monkey Boots

Feather Cuts And Monkey Boots

Dodgy Feather Cuts And Monkey Boots (Mudhut) Oh yeah, it was all jumpers for goalposts, flick knives for toothbrushes and mediocre ladrock round here when Dodgy were lads. Minus original singer Nigel Clark, major label and much of a...

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London W1 100 Club

London W1 100 Club

Hey kids! Fed up with pretty boys and trendily dressed indie posers clogging up the charts? Fed up with fashion, stultified by style? Longing for something a bit more real? Introducing the ultimate anti-boy band. The blokemost bloke band...

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Ace A's + Killer B's

Ace A's + Killer B's

THERE IS A TIME AND A PLACE for the music of Dodgy. And that time and place is lounging around a sun-dappled meadow in 1968 whilst wearing paisley Y-fronts. Fair play, then, to the three Dodgsters for actually making a viable career out...

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