DYSE – Lieder Sind Brüder der Revolution CD (Exile on Mainstream Records)
Amy: After several false starts, they’re pretty grooving.
Jim: I like the way it starts off, let’s see where it goes. It’s like a
mix experimental punk rock which is a strange combination but not an
unpleasant one. It reminds me of some of the stuff that I like but you
don’t…a little bit out there. Why is a German band singing in German?
Amy: Some of it sounds like it could be English. I do like this. I’m
fairly musically open-minded as long as there are no barking-dog vocals. I
like the mix of styles. The drums are prominent and, being a former
drummer, I like that. The vocals have a punk feel, but there is a hypnotic
groove to the beats.
Jim: This would probably be a lot of fun watching them pull off live,
probably even more so than listening to the recorded music.
Amy: But, alas, for now it must remain in the realm of the car or home CD
Jim: The production is great, they did a good job on the mix. Otherwise
there would have been no hope for such a multi-layered album.
Amy: Buy it!
Jim and Amy Dodge