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Soiled Doves

Soiled Life

(Members From Vogue, Chromatics, Blood Brothers)

GSL 57

Released on October 28, 2003

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Seattle's SOILED DOVES are history - although the group's brief existence in no way reflects its significance in the scheme of things... The band emerged in the late 1990's as new-wave upstarts THE VOGUE, and by 2001 had mutated (or, rather, condensed) into the 4-piece SOILED DOVES. Three of the four DOVES were soon to be members of the critically-acclaimed CHROMATICS, while vocalist Johnny was on loan from local heroes THE BLOOD BROTHERS (Three One G, Second Nature).

SOILED DOVES released a single on Arizona's collectable King of the Monsters label, then ventured into Seattle's Paradox Studio to record a full-length. Before the album was finished, it was decided that the group would lay itself to rest - Johnny's commitment to the BROTHERS was compromising his time, and the band were eager to get on with touring, etc. So, after a single west coast tour in the summer of 2001, SOILED DOVES called it a day.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Black Cactus Choir Voted #1  25%
2 Death Knell For Paper Children  4%
3 Hot Siberian Heart Voted #2  17%
4 Fuck This Nest  8%
5 Accelerator  13%
6 Soiled Doves  8%
7 Hunter Gatherer: The Saga Continues  8%
8 Soiled Life Voted #3  17%
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Nick from Erie, PA 
Oct 17 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a pretty good cd but I cant get into it as much as I wish I could

I love The Blood Brothers this is for the die-hard fans that were there from the beginnng not the people who heard Crimes first

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Robert from Dallas, TX 
Aug 19 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Composed of members from THE CHROMATICS and THE BLOOD BROTHERS, SOILED DOVES do a good job of mixing both bands' sounds together. Personally, this album reminds me of 'This Adultery Is Ripe' by THE BLOOD BROTHERS, especially the way Johnny Whitney's vocals are recorded. The music has.. hmm.. let's say it's Ups and Downs. There are songs that get very musically creative and then there are songs that sound very similar to each other and it makes you wonder, "When is this going to end? Say what? Oh, I didn't know it was a different song." One aspect I like personally about this album is that it's not typical post-hardcore. Instead, it's more like a drunken jazzy-hardcore. Creative, but I was hoping there would be more. Overall, goooood album. Too bad this band is no more.



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Brad from Tucson, AZ 
Feb 18 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Not a bad album, but nothing spectacular. Sounds kinda like if you took The Blood Brothers and mixed them with some crazy dancy indie stuff, added a bunch of noisy feedback, then made it less screamy. Listen to the mp3 thing, that's pretty much what the album sounds like. If you like it, buy it; if you don't, don't.





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