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Dangerous Magical Noise

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Start the Party
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Get It While You Can
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Don't Break My Heart
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Sun Is Shining
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Earthquake Heart
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Thunder in the Sky
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Motor City Baby
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Stuck in Thee Garage
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I'm Through With White Girls
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21st Century Fox
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Stop
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Stupid
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F.I.D.O.
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King's Lead (Eno)
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Executioner Of Love (R. Hitchcock)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 45:02

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The Car Commercial Record

TheStarkFistOfRemoval

Mick Collins has said that each of the full lengths by the 'bombs is a concept: the hardcore album, the soul album, etc. He calls this one the "car Commercial" record. Man, if we scored commercials with these joints, Detroit would be back in biz. The originals shimmy, shake, and make you want to dance. King's Led Hat (an anagram, dontcha know) is a swingin' cover, and Executioner of Love is so good, it made me start listening to Robin Hitchcock in a small way. I hope you've downloaded at this point!

They Say All Music Guide

After their rollicking tribute to soul music on 2001′s excellent Ultraglide in Black, Detroit’s Dirtbombs have gone back to thee garage. Dangerous Magical Noise is an exciting, sweaty, loud, and dirty record, their best yet. Best songs, best production (by the always reliable Jim Diamond), best everything. Mick Collins and his gang of thugs are on top of the heap of over-hyped rock coming out of Detroit quicker than the Tigers’ and Lions’ annual collapses. Like their compatriots the White Stripes, they never stoop to mere re-creation but rather slap their inspirations around a little, steal their lunch money, and leave them sucking dust. From the beginning breathless rush of “Start the Party” on, the bandmembers rarely take their feet off the gas. Pounding tracks like “Get It While You Can,” “Earthquake Heart,” and “Stupid” will keep the party going at a fever pitch, and tracks like the anthemic “F.I.D.O.” and “21st Century Fox” will have you singing along in the car on your way back home at 3:00 a.m. When they do dial the rock back a little, like on the slow-groove garage-soul of “Sun Is Shining,” it gives Collins a chance to show off his always great vocals. A few of the songs come off as generic garage filler (“Don’t Break My Heart,” “Stuck in Thee Garage”), but even these are saved by Collins’ wailing vocals and the devotion to rock action that the band exhibits. They also exhibit some newfound glam rock influences on the super-cool “Motor City Baby” and the hilarious “I’m Through With White Girls.” The Dirtbombs are a rock & roll band pure and simple, and if you like pure and simple rock & roll with a dash of soul, you will flip over Dangerous Magical Noise. [The first 1,000 copies of the CD contain two bonus songs: covers of Brian Eno's "King's Lead Hat" and Robyn Hitchcock's "Executioner of Love." The first 1,000 copies of the vinyl LPs come with a bonus 7" with two covers of songs by the Cheater Slicks: "Refried Dream" and "Possession."] – Tim Sendra

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