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Title:
Sound of change
Author:
Dirty Heads (Musical group), performer.
Edition:
[Explicit content]
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Five Seven Music, [2014]

â„—2014
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital, CD audio ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.

Lyrics and full credits on container insert.
Language:
English
Contents:
Sound of change -- My sweet summer -- Medusa Burn slow Franco eyed End of the world -- One hand -- Radio -- Burials -- Hear you coming -- Silence.
Reading Level:
"Parental advisory, explicit content" -- Container.
Added Corporate Author:
UPC:
849320022923
Format :
Music CD

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Summary

Summary

Aptly titled, Sound of Change finds the Cali reggae-rock-hip-hop crew Dirty Heads going more pop and electro, sounding like the children of 311 who encountered Muse and Coldplay much later in life. That's a compliment, as the artists who launched themselves as Sublime types are -- shockingly -- comfortable and inspired taking on Wyclef and will.i.am-sized numbers like "Burn Slow" with special guest Tech N9ne, while "Franco Eyed" with Cypress Hill member B Real is Smash Mouth for the legalization generation, coming on with bright beats, slick ska, and bong in hand. "Medusa" ("I get so stoned, like I checked out Medusa") with Ward 21 is a winning combination of dancehall, trap, and Lil Wayne-styled bragging, then the wistful keeper "My Sweet Summer" offers something sentimental, smooth, and post-vacation, a perfect soundtrack for the heartache that comes after spring break. A couple numbers cry out like Coldplay and overstate the stately, but these are only the weak moments by default, because Sound of Change is a transitional album where the highlights are numerous and the growing pains are few. ~ David Jeffries


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