Dredg - Chuckles And Mr. Squeezy CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

2.06 | 48 ratings

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The Good: A few of the tracks are reasonably pleasant.

The Bad: I had heard that Chuckles and Mr. Squeezy took the band's music in a new direction and by judging the album's artwork and title I was expecting something entirely obscure. Turns out it's the complete opposite. Sure there a couple of electronic twists and a hint of The Flaming Lips every now and then, but overall its their least adventurous release to date, and sadly just sounds like a watered down version of Panic at the Disco.

The Verdict: Even if you're a dredg fanatic you'll find few reasons to listen to this over previous releases.

Starhammer | 1/5 |


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