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Mando Diao
Give Me Fire

These five Swedish lads care greatly for music and Give Me Fire highlights their passion. The opener is pure rock and roll and was the perfect choice to begin this album. That said, the next three tracks are the true auditory diamonds on the record. "Dance With Somebody" should really have been played on the radio, because it's just THAT SONG that ...view item »

Mando Diao
Mean Street EP

Mando Diao were always well known for their good music, clearly influenced by The Beatles and other bands of this time. But with this special EP, you can discover more: There are influences of the 60s, of some Motown, and even of some dancable beats. The opening song 'Mean Street' is one of this songs that goes through your bones. You wanna stand...view item »

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Long Before Rock 'n Roll

I've heard a lot of people compare Mando Diao to the Hives, but the only comparison I really see is they're both Swedish and rock bands. Mando Diao-Unbeknownst to the boys in the band, the name means something a bit inappropriate in Chinese. However, who cares when after you hear Long Before Rock n Roll you’ll be thinking about the music. People...view item »

Mando Diao
Down In The Past

Similar to Kasabian, Mando Diao has proclaimed that their music is just as good if not better than anyone they have drawn their influences from. While some might see this as pretentious, such as I, it actually really really works for them. Without that type of attitude, I'm not entirely sure that they could have made their albums as good as they ar...view item »

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You Can't Steal My Love

Mando Diao are from Sweden I think I really should pay more attention. It sounds a bit like The Strokes crossed with someone else but after seeing Hood last night I'm a little hungover so the booze adled brain can't think. It's a bit like The Strokes anyway on 7" and CD....view item »

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Bring 'Em In

The debut of Mando Diao is a mix of punk spirit, garage rock and some influences from classic sounds of the sixties bands (I can see a few comparisons to the early Rolling Stones as well as Beatles in Mando Diao). It's twelve songs which run in a hurry, going from a couple of noisy and speedy guitars, like “Sheepdog”, “Paralyzed” and “Bri...view item »

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