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Superfly 69 - Dummy Of The Day (-/10) - Germany - 2003

Genre: Rock
Label: Sweet Lemon
Playing time: --:--
Band homepage: Superfly 69

Tracklist:

  1. Mine All Mine
  2. Dumbass
  3. One & A Million Times
  4. Final Call
Superfly 69 - Dummy Of The Day
It's a mystery to me, how labels expect to get a fair and representative review, if for a complete album you get a four track CD with two of those tracks even faded out… Just beats me… So don't expect a rating here, right from the start…

SUPERFLY 69 play a modern and fresh sounding mix of Rock, Metal and some Melo-Core, everything quite energetic and very catchy, very melodic (all of this "Mine All Mine" and even more so "One & A Million Times", which "thankfully" has been faded out), at times also pretty hefty ("Dumbass"), sounding more like an American band than a German one in fact. I am no specialist for this particular scene, but I can say that this could very well be something that kiddos on both sides of the Atlantic could dig, despite the reeeaalllly bad cover artwork!

Well, what else should I write about an excerpt like this other than that this is more than just borderline paranoia? That what I could hear sounds good and would make me want to hear more? That I cannot? I don't know… (Online May 6, 2003)

Alexander Melzer



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