Show Post: In House #1449
The Dandy Warhols made their name with good-time guitar-driven rave-ups like "Not If You Were the Last Junkie On Earth," "Minnesoter," and "Boys Better," so it was a bit of a shock when the band put away the guitars in favor of their version of Duran Duran-lite new wave for their last release, 2003's Welcome to the Monkey House. Their latest, Odditorium or Warlords of Mars is out today and represents something of a return to their prior form. In between the weird filler that always seems to litter the Dandys' albums are rock & roll-leg bouncing tunes like "All the Money or the Simple Life, Honey," and "Down Like Disco." The release marks the Portland, Oregon quartet's fifth full-length.
In House #1449.
Focus: New releases from the Dandy Warhols, Odditorium or Warlords of Mars, and the Rosebuds, Birds Make Good Neighbors, plus new music from the Spinto Band, TV On the Radio and more.
Down Like Disco (MP3)
...and new from the Rosebuds' Birds Make Good Neighbors-
Blue Bird (MP3)