Dizzy Mizz Lizzy

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Band Name Dizzy Mizz Lizzy
Album Name Dizzy Mizz Lizzy
Type Album
Released date 1994
Labels Medley
Music StyleMelodique Rock
Members owning this album3

Tracklist

1. Waterline Intro 00:29
2. Waterline 04:03
3. Barbedwired Baby's Dream 03:07
4. Love Is a Loser's Game 03:47
5. Glory 03:47
6. 67 Seas in Your Eyes 04:38
7. Silverflame 05:12
8. Love Me a Little 04:01
9. Mother Nature's Recipe 03:06
10. ...And So Did I 04:41
11. Wishing Well 03:34
12. Hidden War 04:44
13. For God's Sake 03:55
14. Too Close to Stab 05:10
Total playing time 54:50

Review @ TimeSignature

24 March 2011
The alternative hard rock band, Dizzy Mizz Lizzy, was one of the central names of the Danish rock scene in the 1990s, and, despite only ever releasing 2 albums before breaking up in 1998 because of internal tension, they had an incredibly big impact on the national scene. The band reunited in 2009, played a number of very successful shows and released a live album in 2010.

In 1994, they released the album that started it all - namely, their eponymous debut album, which introduced the world to Tim Christensen's talent for writing sophisticated, yet catchy and guitar-driven power rock - and to his unique voice. Most of the tracks are quite uplifting and highly melodic such as "Waterline", "Barbedwired Babys Dream", "Glory", "67 Seas in Your Eyes", "Mother Nature's Recipe", "...And So Did I", "Wishing Well", "Love Me A Little", "For God's Sake", and "Too Close to Stab" all of which are characterized by a straightforward drive, but still contain twists and turns in the form of atypical chords and harmonies, changes in tempo and the occasional odd time signature. There are also several Beatles-esque elements to be found on this album, which should be no surprise, given that Dizzy Mizz Lizzy are huge Beatles-fans. The often funky drumming also adds an interesting layer to these songs (the drumming in general is phenomenal). In addition to these hard-rocking songs, the album contains the successful ballad "Love Is A Loser's Game" and the massive power ballad "Silverflame".

I genuinely think that this is one of the best Danish rock releases of the 1990s, as each and every song is a well crafted solid piece of rock music. This album deserves its status as a definitive milestone in Danish rock music. And, I would recommend this album to any fan of rock music who are interested in the Danish rock scene of the 1990s - a time otherwise haunted by ghastly Aqua-esque bubble gum Eurodance plastic pop.

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