Album Review: The Dodos - No Color (Wichita)
A wise addition to The Dodo's line up brings warmth and exuberanceMore on The Dodos
You see it on [b]‘Sleep’[/b], which is like a Howard Hawks western scoring [a]The Mountain Goats[/a], where previously it might have been the reverse. In truth, the best number, staccato stomper [b]‘Companions’[/b], would be a good song even without her. Yet with, it sounds like the product of a band finding something they’ve spent three records looking for.
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