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Podcast Episode
Season
Two
number
90
Type
Album Review
Post Date
10/2/2012

Jack Drag

090 Dope Box by Jack Drag

Dope Box

Label
A&M Records
Release year
1998
Producer
Chris Shaw
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Of all the albums we've reviewed so far, Dope Box might be the most diverse (or schizophrenic).

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We're tackling the 1998 release Dope Box from Jack Drag. Of all the albums we've reviewed so far, Dope Box might be the most diverse (or schizophrenic), bouncing from Prodigy-esque big beats on one song, to mid-tempo Velvet Crush-like power pop on the next. There's a lot to like about this album, and a lot of befuddlement as well. Which side did we come down on?

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Kung Fu Dub
  • 2:59 - History of the Band
  • 12:12 - Debutante
  • 14:25 - Tall Buildings
  • 16:32 - Seem So Tired
  • 19:12 - Best Friend
  • 21:57 - Surfin' the Charles
  • Outro - Where We Are

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