Dandelion scored a minor hit in 1995 with Weird-Out off their album Dyslexicon, we finally get around to checking out the rest of the album
After Jason’s pick last week, Tim takes a shot and brings Dandelion’s 1995 sophomore (and final) album Dyslexicon to the table on the strength of the single “Weird-Out.” The album owes a heavy debt to Nirvana, from the familiar vocal style to big drums and guitars. The question becomes: when does influence become imitation?
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