Where's Moo | Dear Friend Dopamine

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Dear Friend Dopamine

by Where's Moo

R.E.M. and The Pixies having sex in a spaceship that is crashing into the sun.
Genre: Rock: College Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hostile Takeover
4:21 $0.99
2. The Adventurers
3:21 $0.99
3. Keep on Biting
4:20 $0.99
4. Her Aquarium
4:34 $0.99
5. People Mover
3:47 $0.99
6. Once I Can Fly
4:34 $0.99
7. Science Fiction Nightmare
4:14 $0.99
8. Tell Me
3:40 $0.99
9. Airplane
5:06 $0.99
10. Live Again
3:07 $0.99
11. Why I Was Put Here
4:35 $0.99
12. Where the Rain Came Through
4:05 $0.99
13. Hostile Takeover (Radio Edit)
4:23 $0.99
14. The Adventurers (Radio Edit)
3:22 $0.99
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Album Notes
Where's Moo is an alternative rock band that formed in Orlando, Fl. by frontman Michael Mangum and guitarist Jocelyn Scharoun. They were later joined by drummer Matt Soule, and recently joined by bassist Kevin Manwarren and cellist Michael Crowley. They are currently based in Los Angeles, Ca. Their live shows are filled with a passion and intensity that send lead singer Mangum into a spinning frenzy.
Their sound has labeled everything from canadian indie pop to space traveling sex rock. It's even been said their sound is "R.E.M. and The Pixies having sex in a spaceship that's crashing into the sun."

Some Reviews:

Gina Morris of Evolution of Media:
"As a 15 year (yeah, I got into them late; so what, so did a lot of people) R.E.M. fan, I can be extremely skeptical about bands who try to emulate them. Where’s Moo did indeed raise my red flag once I discovered their dirty little (not-so) secret, but I soon realized that this band rules their influences rather than the other way round. Like Idlewild--a British band who also tred similar R.E.M. turf--Where’s Moo take the ball, run with it, and kick it all over the damn place. Dear Friend Dopamine is no mere collection of Xerox rock and roll, but the birth of something exciting and new."

Corinne of Pluginmusic.com:
"With a number of early and mid ‘90s bands reforming to record albums or hitting the road one more time, it seems completely appropriate that Where’s Moo pay tribute, even if it is unintentional, to those old favorites. Nada Surf, Teenage Fanclub, Sebadoh and others come to mind while listening to Where’s Moo’s “Dear Friend Dopamine” as quirky tracks rail recklessly while still keeping a pop appeal. Add to that smooth vocal harmonies and Where’s Moo make “Dopamine” a sweet treat."

Forrest Reda of Music Connection
“Horvath is so good that she plays with seemingly little effort. Sublime, but uniquely urban, guitar sounds pore out of her instrument, as much as Mangum’s vocals leap from his throat. Giragos is completely immersed in the music, as is the robust Soule, who drums with supreme confidence. Mangum plays his guitar with a purpose. The band is tight and have magnetic chemistry. . . Earnest and dedicated, Where’s Moo is passionate about the frenetically melodious art-rock that it graciously distributes to fans. However, as well as Mangum plays the frontman role, his deference to the band is what makes Where’s Moo a special act to experience live.”

Dolorean Gray of In Your Eyes Eyezine (Italy)
Where’s Moo has an intriguing and precise sound; however it never dominates over the creativity of the components of the group. Currently without label, producers and record companies get ready to fight!!



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