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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Uncompromising Rock/Pop Songs I Really Like

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    "A Little Messed Up" is an excellent cd that's plenty worth a listen. It can certainly rock without showing any signs of mercy but is also able to strike a balance with a few nice slower relationship-type songs. Rock Control, a semi-anthemic rock throw down, serves notice to the listener that The Dollyrots unapologetically own you for the next thirteen songs so strap in. It entirely grabs and shakes you and is destined to peel the paint off teenagers' bedroom walls everywhere (at the proper volume setting of course!). It's extremely good. Some Girls (no, not Mick and Keith but Kelly and Luis), California Beach Boy, Rollercoaster, My Heart Explodes, and A Little Messed Up... each of which are completely infectious and singleworthy, are the rest of my favorites. The remaining songs aren't slouches either but honestly though, I'll have to hear them some more. The Dollyrots have always passionately played for keeps when crafting an album and they've truly never sounded better than they do on this one!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    great album, turn it up and jump around

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    every track is immediately catchy and while it still flows from The Dollyrots punk and slightly pop roots, the band is starting to sprinkle more influences into the mix. the album invokes moments of ‘90’s alternative, like Veruca Salt, which is awesome, because that was when the radio was still good! the album "A Little Messed Up" has those toe-tapping, air guitar hooks you've come to expect from The Dollyrots, as well as the sugar-coated attitude and sly wink that underlays most of their lyrics. Kim Shattuck (The Muffs) lends her backing vocals to the track "Some Girls."

    I would recommend this to a friend