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  • Darwin Deez, an Album by Darwin Deez. Released 12 April on Lucky Number (catalog no. LuckyCD; CD). Genres: Indie Pop.
  • Feb 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Songs For Imaginative People on Discogs/5(4).
  • His , Charlie and the Chocolate Factory sampling, Wonky Beats mix-tape saw him trading intricately rhythmic rhymes with Chiddy Bang, Das Racist and Dev Hynes and set the stage to expect the unexpected from Darwin. Now comes the sophomore album, Songs For Imaginative People, another bold, mind-stretching olousouttrenlaposedichmanungsmaral.coinfo’s the same density of hummable tunes and idiosyncratic lyricism .
  • Feb 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Coloured; lavender/lillac Vinyl release of Songs For Imaginative People on Discogs. Label: Lucky Number - LUCKYCD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition Coloured; lavender/lillac • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock4/5(4).
  • Stream Songs For Imaginative People, a playlist by Darwin Deez from desktop or your mobile device. SoundCloud Good To Lose by Darwin Deez published on TZ. Stream Songs For Imaginative People, a playlist by Darwin Deez from desktop or your mobile device.
  • Darwin Deez is an American indie band from New York City signed to music label Lucky Number. The group's frontman Darwin Deez (Darwin Merwan Smith) grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and attended Wesleyan University and has been a guitarist for Creaky Boards and a rapper.
  • ALBUM REVIEW: Darwin Deez ‘Songs For Imaginative People’ After having his name plastered on almost every music site in the world for his catchy hit track ‘Radar Detector’ in , Brooklyn songman DARWIN DEEZ pretty much dropped off the map. The man who had gotten his cute lyrics stuck in our heads for countless hours, disappeared just as quickly as he had popped in.
  • I LOVED the first self-titled Darwin Deez album. In fact it was one of my favorite records of Unfortunately this new one fell a bit short. The songs are still charming and quirky but it's missing some of the kind of inexplicable addictive qualities found in the first record.
  • But then rumblings emerged from the Deez camp about a second record. Songs For Imaginative People was to follow-up the relative success of the eponymous debut (it charted at #61). ‘Free (The Editorial Me)’, with all its bumblebee-swarm grandeur eventually swanned into our ears, home to a huge noisy chorus fringing on hard-rock.