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1 review »"D" is my favourite White Denim album. They're a band I avoided for a while because of their name but was quite pleased when I actually heard their music. "Last Day Of Summer" from 2010 was the first thing I heard by them and I thought it was decent, good enough to make me buy this when it came out. ... »

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7/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 27th July 2015

"D" is my favourite White Denim album. They're a band I avoided for a while because of their name but was quite pleased when I actually heard their music. "Last Day Of Summer" from 2010 was the first thing I heard by them and I thought it was decent, good enough to make me buy this when it came out. I thought it was better than it's predecessor and was expecting big things from its follow-up, "Corsicana Lemonade" but it didn't quite hit the mark for me, so I still think "D" is the best.

I love the unnecessarily complicated proggy bits. "Burnished" has a classy riff, but "Back At The Farm" is where they really crank up the prog and show off. "Street Joy" is a nice ballad and is relatively normal in structure compared to the rest of the album. "Drug" takes the form of a mini-prog song too, it seems to have lots of the parts you'd expect from a prog rock song but only lasts three minutes, not sure how they do it! "River To Consider" adds a bit of Tropicalia to the mix. There's lots going on on here, and initially I thought it was fantastic, although my liking for it has diminished a bit over the few years since its release.


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