Bring 'Em In was the debut album from Swedish band Mando Daio. The lead track Sheepdog helped them gain success in their native land with their retro sound being compared to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones as well as the punky sound of the Clash or the Libertines. This somewhat overlooked album now gets a pressing on clear and black smoky vinyl courtesy of Music on Vinyl.
Limited Vinyl LP £21.99 MOVLP2647C
Clear & black smokey vinyl reissue LP on Music On Vinyl. Edition of 1500 numbered copies.
- Coloured vinyl
- Limited edition
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CD £11.49 £3.45
CD on Capitol.
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Vinyl LP £21.99 MOVLP2647
180g black vinyl reissue LP on Music On Vinyl. Comes in a gatefold sleeve.
8/10 Jack 12th December 2016The 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 “Bring 'Em In” to sweet ballads like “Mr Moon” and “Lauren's Cathedral”. There are some unbalanced moments and some songs that aren’t perfect, but there are big hits from the band too.
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