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Artist: D.A.D.

Title: Scare Yourself

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: EMI

Catalog Number: 311597

Personnel

Jesper Binzer Vocals, Guitar
Jacob Binzer Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Stig Pedersen Bass, Vocals
Laust Sonne Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals

Tracks

1.  Lawrence Of Suburbia  4:32
2.  A Good Day (To Give It Up)  3:08
3.  Scare Yourself  3:33
4.  No Hero  3:09
5.  Hey Now  3:49
6.  Camping In Scandinavia  3:51
7.  Unexplained  3:27
8.  Little Addict  3:38
9.  Dirty Fairytale  2:46
10.  Allright  4:04
11.  Last Chance To Change  2:55
  
Total Running Time:  38:52

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: November 13, 2005 at 17:29
I was playing this a while back and had my comments prepared... but now have forgotten the highlights. I can, however, say that this is another fine DAD release. They definately caught grasp of a 2nd wind and this is good, hook friendly hard rock with a slight modernized tinge to keep it relevant. A good album and one of the band's better releases.

From: lucasgordon Date: February 14, 2006 at 0:43
************************************************************Ya Dinamarca y el Hard Rock tienen mucho en común, y DAD (Disneyland After Dark) es uno de los más importantes exponentes del electrificante Metal de ese país. Recientemente se despachó con este lanzamiento titulado “Scare Yourself”, y si bien no escuche sus últimos y más recientes álbums su sonido se aggiornó a la época que vivimos, volviéndose bien Hard Rock actual, y dejando de lado el Hard Rock Glam de los 80s-90s.

From: lucasgordon Date: February 14, 2006 at 0:44
Aunque lógicamente, cualquiera que ya conozca a esta banda, se dará cuenta de su sello particular. Arranca con toda la fuerza y precisión en “Lawrence Of Suburbia” y no sueltan el acelerador hasta su undécimo track “Last Chance To Change”. En “Scare Yourself” que da nombre al álbum, tiene una atmósfera más cercana a Marilyn Manson, más notoria en el estribillo, donde Jesper Binzer hace uso de la forma más salvaje de su voz.

From: lucasgordon Date: February 14, 2006 at 0:45
“Camping In Scandinavia” y “No Hero” son más acelerados, podría decir medio punkys, pero con muchas guitarras eléctricas. No hay una forma más precisa de poder describir como suena DAD que lo que se hablo arriba. ********************************************* Lucas H Gordon

From: 7Sinner Date: November 14, 2008 at 13:56
This is their best since Helpyourselfish.............

From: MetalPete67 Date: February 3, 2009 at 8:55
D.A.D. comes roaring back with their best in over a decade. This record really rocks. No ballads, just killer songs throughout. It is better than 'Everything Glows', better than 'Simpatico'. I even like it better than 'Helpyourselfish'. This one ranks up there with 'No Fuel...' and 'Riskin it all', and I realize those are strong words to real fans of this band. After the debacle that was 'Soft Dogs', the boys must have taken the criticism to heart. Have not heard them like this since 'Riskin' it all'. Pick it up, you won't regret it. Thank you to D.A.D. for making this excellent record! It has been a long time.


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