Tober Omi | Dirigibles

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Dirigibles

by Tober Omi

The style evokes images of a circus funeral gone awry with introspective and often unnerving lyrics layered upon textures created by what a dust bowl punk band must sound like.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Keokuk
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2. Loudest Sound You've Ever Heard
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3. Bird of Warning
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4. Rat Catching
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5. Meridian's Bride
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6. The House That We Built
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7. Cola Wars
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8. Luxembourg
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9. Sing Me Off to Sleep
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Raucous and stompy, their "step right up" attitude sounds the way an Irish novel reads. This album is a must-have for those who don't necessarily drink to relax.


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Leigh

Cool
Wow! I can't stop listening to it! I was also very impressed by the intense lyrics and music - the combination is sick!!

Jim

Fantastic
This album is awesome! I bought it through itunes, but wish i checked CD Baby 1st. The art work looks great wish I had the whole jacket. The art is kinda Zepplinish, is the band implying they can or aspire to be like Zepplin by lifting the blimp off the ground? Well I do not know the answer to that, but there surprisingly is not a bad track on the album. You never know with a new band or at least a band that is new to me. Start to finish, all was great! If you like man man, fugazi, modest mouse, gang of four, etc, like I do then you will love this band. Cannot wait to see more from them!! & if a member of Tober Omi happens to read this, please come to Omaha and ROCK ON TOBER OMI!!

Brian

Surprisingly Good
After listening to the album several times, I checked out their myspace page and record label page (thanks google!) and WAS SHOCKED that these dudes are from Texas. Great Post Punk sound, and a 3 piece band that has good timing and changes. Well produced and this album beats the shit out of the over produced crap that I find being made so much now. It was nice to actually hear the band if you know what I mean. I would like a little more screaming, well I guess screaming is not the right word, actually emotion fits better, coming from the singer on some songs. That is by no means a complaint, the songs are aggressive and dark but I guess on songs like Cola Wars (which I absolutely love the spin on the Coke song, it is great) and Rat Catching you can tell there is anger there, or at least I thought so & I guess I wanted to feel that emotion come across more. Bird of Warning and Sing Me Off to Sleep are very catchy. The House That We Built screams Fugazi, which I love! Keokuk is a good opener and Luxembourg totally rocks out. Glad to see there are things other than steers and queers coming out of Texas. Thanks Tober Omi for proving me wrong.