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Do Make Say Think

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2.68 | 19 ratings | 2 reviews | 26% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1997

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. 1978 (10:29)
2. Le'espalace (7:53)
3. If I Only (7:23)
4. Highway 420 (8:55)
5. Dr Hooch (7:48)
6. Disco & Haze (9:08)
7. Onions (1:31)
8. The Fare to Get There (19:32)

Total Time 72:39

Line-up / Musicians

- Justin Small / guitar
- Ohad Benchetrit / guitar, bass, saxophone, flute
- Jason McKenzie / keyboards, Fx
- Charles Spearin / bass, guitar, trumpet
- Dave Mitchell / drums
- James Payment / drums

Releases information

CD self-released (1997, Canada)
CD Constellation ‎- cst005 (1998, Canada)

2LP Constellation ‎- cst005 (2013, Canada)

Digital album

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DO MAKE SAY THINK Do Make Say Think ratings distribution

(19 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(26%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(26%)
Good, but non-essential (37%)
Collectors/fans only (11%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by Sean Trane
2 stars Almost 3 stars!!!

DMST's self-titled debut has half of its recordings datting from summer 96 and predates GYBE! which was news to me. The other half dating from 97, they are among the first artist to record for the underground Constellation based in Montreal! But with this album , we are not just in post rock territory but because of some of the real quiet climates , we are also bordering ambient music. For my part , there are way too many lenghts (some tracks are downright uneventful) to consider this album a classic of DMST, but this record clearly announces better records to come from these guys. You have to wait until the heart of the sixth track for the record to finally take off but it plunges quickly into free improvisation to diappear almost as quickly as it appeared. One of the obvious influences thse musos have is the early Tangerine Dream (the pink era), making for an interesting listen , but I doubt this disc will spin all that often in your deck and probably never in your car , because of the lack of dynamics. Much better to come.

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2 stars Sleepy and Light. Zen? This is a bit of an odd choice for a debut. Usually, one would try to make a strong statement with their first album, to catch people's attention and fashion a clear and distinct sound. This is often seen in the music industry as necessary in order that there will be suffic ... (read more)

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