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Psychodots

by psychodots

First psychodots album, 1991, download only!!!
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Master of Disaster
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2. Exaggeration
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3. Stella
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4. Another Reminder
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5. Livin' in a Lincoln
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6. Water Under the Bridge
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7. Artichoke
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8. I See Thru You
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9. Open Window
3:39 $0.99
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10. Sad Little Monkeys
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11. Creature of Habit
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12. A Walk Thru the Garden
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13. Less Blue
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14. Enough
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Chris Arduser, Rob Fetters, and Bob Nyswonger played together when they were tweens and teens in their hometown of Sylvania, Ohio . Together or separately they have performed with Legs, the All Smalls, Red Hot Tots, The Human Darts, The Best, Johnny and the Hurricanes, The Modulators, The Raisins, The Bears (with Adrian Belew), and Blessid Union of Souls. "psychodots" is the trio's eponymously titled 1991 debut, containing previously unrecorded gems gleaned from The Raisins live catalog (Artichoke, Stella) and pieces written for The Bears (Master of Disaster, A Walk Thru the Garden, Sad Little Monkeys, Less Blue). Added to that is a rich collection of songs composed while each was experiencing something akin to showbiz PTSD following their collective near miss with fame as members of The Bears. This album marks the beginning of what Fetters refers to as a "no fault song workshop" with albums, performances, and a devoted fan base still going strong and reaching far beyond their adopted hometown of Cincinnati.
Leila Waddell, NYC 2014

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