The Black Dog - Black Daisy Wheel
Review: 5 - "A masterpiece of literature" by , written on May 4, 20020
Great

The Black Dog - Black Daisy Wheel

Available:Out of Stock

    It’s a funny old world, and yet again, The Black Dog have provided the soundtrack. Our fast-approaching dystopia has been envisioned and documented by the band for decades. Now, The Black Dog’s two new albums, Post -Truth and Black Daisy Wheel, translate their growing horror into some of their most accessible and impactful music, translating our manufactured reality into high energy dancefloor constructions on Post -Truth, and reflective ambient excursions on Black Daisy Wheel.

    Side 1
    1. "Black Daisy Wheel" (7:58)
    2. "Who He Was" (4:32)
    Side 2
    1. "Congnitive Dissident" (3:03)
    2. "Seroxat Smile" (3:11)
    3. "Out Of Reach" (4:25)
    Side 3
    1. "We Much Repeat" (4:22)
    2. "Bye Thee Bye" (4:41)
    3. "Lost To The Black Sun" (2:48)
    Side 4
    1. "Autohoaxer" (4:12)
    2. "Shutter Head" (2:14)
    3. "Tell Me What You Remember" (feat Emika) (3:46)

    It’s a funny old world, and yet again, The Black Dog have provided the soundtrack. Our fast-approaching dystopia has been envisioned and documented by the band for decades. Now, The Black Dog’s two new albums, Post -Truth and Black Daisy Wheel, translate their growing horror into some of their most accessible and impactful music, translating our manufactured reality into high energy dancefloor constructions on Post -Truth, and reflective ambient excursions on Black Daisy Wheel.

    Side 1
    1. "Black Daisy Wheel" (7:58)
    2. "Who He Was" (4:32)
    Side 2
    1. "Congnitive Dissident" (3:03)
    2. "Seroxat Smile" (3:11)
    3. "Out Of Reach" (4:25)
    Side 3
    1. "We Much Repeat" (4:22)
    2. "Bye Thee Bye" (4:41)
    3. "Lost To The Black Sun" (2:48)
    Side 4
    1. "Autohoaxer" (4:12)
    2. "Shutter Head" (2:14)
    3. "Tell Me What You Remember" (feat Emika) (3:46)