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Dot Wiggin Band - Ready! Get! Go! (2013)

12-02-2014, 20:17
Music | Pop | Rock | Indie

Dot Wiggin Band - Ready! Get! Go! (2013)

Artist: Dot Wiggin Band
Title Of Album: Ready! Get! Go!
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Alternative Tentacles
Genre: Indie Pop, Indie Rock
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 37:57 min
Total Size: 89 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Banana Bike
02. The Fella With a Happy Heart
03. Speed Limit
04. If I Could Be Your Hero
05. Love At First Sight
06. Your Best Friend
07. Boo Hoo
08. Eh
09. My Cutie
10. Speed Limit 2
11. Wiggin Out!
12. Just Another Crazy Day At the Farm
13. End of the World

To the uninitiate The Shaggs are the “best worst band” out there. Trust me, there’s nothing else like it. Until now that is, with the release of the The Dot Wiggin Band‘s debut album Ready! Get! Go!.

It’s been quite some time since any of the members of The Shaggs has released anything. Most might say that Dot has improved on her songwriting and musicianship unless you are into her previous work. Not to say that Ready! Get! Go! Doesn’t ‘work’ because it does. It’s a collection of children’s songs for adults with off key vocals, out of time instrumentation, and lyrics about cars and pets – just a couple of similarities between this release and The Philosophy of the World.

This collection of songs consists of a mix of tracks both new and old—some of which were never recorded back in the day. This time Dot had some trained musicians which I think, maybe, could have helped her out with her ‘true vision’. Which I, personally, believe was clouded by this. It just doesn’t have the same charm, although it is still very charming and cute. There is something in this album that I can’t quite put my finger on. Although the music and lyrical content is generally happy and upbeat there appears to be a melancholic edge to it that was not evident in The Philosophy of the World which makes for an extremely interesting sound.

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