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24-12-2015, 10:26
Pop | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Invitation
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Lefse Records
Genre: Indie Pop, Pop Rock, Alternative
Quality: FLAC (log,tracks+cue)
Total Time: 0:43:11
Total Size: 313 Mb


01. Take A Bow
02. Where We Trip The Light
03. Already Know That It’s Nice
04. Darling Girls
05. Hoop Of Love
06. Lady Is Sleek And So Petite
07. 2 New Thoughts About U
08. The One That You’re With
09. Calm Down
10. Make Time For The Boy
11. She Can Boss Me Around
12. Loving Now

Building on the playful pop of Young at Love and Life, Dominant Legs expand to a full band on their debut album, Invitation, adding bassist Andrew Connors, guitarist Garett Goddard, and drummer Rene Solomon to the fold. Fittingly, the group’s sound is bigger and more focused, as well; Ryan Lynch and Hannah Hunt's hooks and melodies begged for a more fleshed-out treatment than they got on Dominant Legs' debut EP, and they get it with a bright, glossy production that emphasizes just how much they love ‘80s pop of all stripes. Lynch's distinctive warble and the punchy polyrhythms of “Where We Trip the Light” recall Talking Heads' poppiest moments; later on, “Lady Is Sleek and So Petite”’s breakdown channels Harold Faltermeyer's “Axel F.” As befitting a band with a name as strangely sexy as Dominant Legs, Invitation trades in songs about love and attraction with more than a few quirks. “We’re giving each other as much pleasure as we’re taking away,” Lynch sings on “Already Know That It’s Nice,” as Hunt's vocals shadow his, and sparkling synths turn the song into a synth pop confection. Indeed, the album’s glistening sound sometimes threatens to overpower the actual songs, and Invitation's best tracks are the ones with the strongest songwriting. “Darling Girls” is unabashed, unapologetic pop straight out of an ‘80s teen movie soundtrack, while “Hoop of Love” has an oddly skipping chorus that’s catchy but not obvious (later, “Loving Now” feels like this song’s minor-key twin). Invitation documents Dominant Legs' sound as it jells into something they can call their own; even when it isn’t strikingly original, it’s always enjoyable.

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