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Sweet Disarray

Dan Croll

Sweet Disarray

Reviews

  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 12

Language: English

Total size: 70.15 Mb

Year: 2014

Total price: $1.44


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1
$0.12
256
03:17
6.01 Mb
2
$0.12
256
02:59
5.46 Mb
3
$0.12
256
02:35
4.72 Mb
4
$0.12
256
03:14
5.92 Mb
5
$0.12
256
03:02
5.55 Mb
6
$0.12
256
03:00
5.49 Mb
7
$0.12
256
03:31
6.44 Mb
8
$0.12
256
03:25
6.26 Mb
9
$0.12
256
03:14
5.92 Mb
10
$0.12
256
03:00
5.51 Mb
11
$0.12
256
03:12
5.85 Mb
12
$0.12
256
03:49
7.01 Mb


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This album is wonderful for a lot of reasons. And it also great as a first album by an up and coming artist and songwriter. Dan Сroll is both witty and brilliant in his composing and his lyrical choices. This album tackles love, loss, and loneliness which everyone deals with throughout life but does it in a playful and almost comedic fashion. But it's not comedic in the sense that it's trying to be funny. It just happens naturally as a refection of Dan's outlook on life. This album is whimsical but still manages to be taken seriously without taking itself to seriously. This album also balances happiness and Sadness into manageable portions which is wonderful because this is what so many of us are trying to do in life.

I think that this is also due to the perspective Dan has about life as a whole. This album is an sonic adventure that approaches pop from a different angle than most of the mainstream. This album is not minimalism with space instrumentation and ambiguous lyrics. It's quite the opposite. It's just a little geeky and it is unashamed of itself. The lyrics are not vague at all which is welcome because you don't have to wonder what the message behind what your hearing is. For example, in the song "home", Dan talks about wanting people to take their shoes off when they come into his home so that they don't bring dirt in and mess up his floor. And he also mentions that not doing so would be impolite. These lyrics are not typical pop sing lyrics but they are delivered with all the seriousness in the world. Basically he is writing songs about his real life which I both admire and find interesting. In the song "Can you hear me", my personal favorite from the album, Dan talks about feeling lonely and he just wants to talk through it with someone and allow them to do the same. This is the kind of stuff that people write about in songs but Dan does it without being subtle and without shame.

Aside from Dan's lyrical ideas, his instrumentation is brilliant as well. He sounds like a happy version of Fyfe. From Nowhere is a fun and down to earth album that pretty much anyone who enjoys music at all would be able to appreciate and enjoy

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