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Dandy Warhols ‎– Dandys Rule OK LP
Dandy Warhols ‎– Dandys Rule OK LPDandy Warhols ‎– Dandys Rule OK LP

Dandy Warhols ‎– Dandys Rule OK LP

0616892269342

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Product Description

On Thursday April 6th 1995, five years before the refrain of "...I Like You..." from their 2000 hit song "Bohemian Like You" permeated all known media and stuck forever in the memory banks of music fans worldwide, and eight years before they recorded the song that would become the theme song of the popular tv series Veronica Mars, The Dandy Warhols released their debut album Dandys Rule, Ok? [BTW-002LP] on the now defunct Tim/Kerr Records. The album not only showcased the raw seeds of inspiration that would develop into the full on psyche-pop powerhouse the Dandy's would become but is also an oft overlooked self-contained garage psyche-pop masterpiece in its own right. Portland Oregon based Schizophonic Records is proud to be re-issuing this masterpiece on vinyl in celebration of its 20th anniversary. The question posed by the title of The Dandy Warhols first record is simple, as is the answer. David Bowie answered the question when he asked the Dandys to open for him on tour in 2003. The world of television and film have answered in the extensive licensing of their material throughout the past two decades. Traditional and streaming radio have answered with constant rotation of their music - and, after a spinning of this vinyl reissue of the debut on the old turntable, even the most jaded music fan will be hard pressed to answer with anything other than, "Yes. Absolutely.. Dandys Rule."

Label: Beat The World Records ‎– BTW-002LP
Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: USA & Canada
Released: 18 Apr 2015
Genre: Rock
Style: Alternative Rock, Stoner Rock, Psychedelic Rock

Tracklist

A1 Introduction By Young Tom
A2 The Dandy Warhols' T.V. Theme Song
A3 Ride
A4 Best Friend
A5 Not Your Bottle
B1 (Tony, This Song Is Called) Lou Weed
B2 Nothin' To Do
B3 The Coffee And Tea Wrecks
B4 Genius
C1 Dick
C2 Just Try
C3 Nothing (Lifestyle Of A Tortured Artist For Sale)
C4 Grunge Betty
D1 Prelude : It's A Fast Driving Rave Up With The Dandy Warhols Sixteen Minutes
D2 It's A Fast Driving Rave Up With The Dandy Warhols Sixteen Minutes
D3 Finale : It's A Fast Driving Rave Up With The Dandy Warhols Sixteen Minutes