Dutch Pink | Idols and Infidels

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Idols and Infidels

by Dutch Pink

"...draws on Tom Waits, Old 97s and maybe even the HBO series Carnivale for a set of rock 'n' roll with a bullwhip's sting" - MetroTimes
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. You Can't Blame Me
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2. Ghost City
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3. Good Work
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4. Juliet
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5. Idols and Infidels
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6. Conscience (Oklahoma)
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7. Miss Bettie Page
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8. James' Song
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9. Nashville
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10. Holly
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11. Idle Tavern, Madrid
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12. Chinatown
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13. Row the Boat
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Album Notes
Dutch Pink is a multi-dimensional trio that collides moments of loud, obnoxious, raunch rock and roll with a cultivated songwriting craftmanship. Endlessly involving themselves in a contamination of genres their music never fails to sustain both attitude and intellect. A political, blue-collared live show that reeks of the sex, booze, and angst of good days Detroit. They are not a garage rock band, but a sincere voice of both their discontent and the affirmation of music as power.


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Detroit Is Changing
4 out of 5. The Detroit scene has changed, slowly, but this album helps. Not great. But good. Very good. Unlike Mike I have seen them live and they are the front runners for Detroit. They had a local festival drooling by the last song. The title song, which I've never seen live, has moments of contempt that rivals ani difranco. Don't miss out on Juliet. I don't know who sings with them, but she has it. The tunes are all authentic in a gut string way. All and all I hope there is more to come.


Nice change for Detroit
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Different than anything else going on in the Motor City right now, but not different then indie music any other place. I haven't seen them live, but they're growing a nice fanbase in Detroit. The album is what it is... indie rock that thinks its deeper then what appears to the average listener.