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Artist: D.A.D.

Title: Simpatico

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D.A.D. Simpatico Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997


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Jesper Binzer lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Stig Pederson bass, backing vocals
Jacob A. Binzer lead guitar, backing vocals
Peter L. Jensen drums


1.  Empty Heads  
2.  Simpatico  
3.  Home Alone 4  
4.  Cloudy Hours  
5.  Hate to Say I Told You So  
6.  No One Answers  
7.  Mad Days  
8.  Don't Tell Me Anything  
9.  You Do What I've Just Done  
10.  Life Right Now  
11.  Now or Forever  
12.  A Hand Without Strength  
13.  Favours  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Great Dane Date: May 12, 2003 at 2:25
..............OK. Nothing more, but an OK release.

From: tomcat Date: May 16, 2003 at 14:36
i always liked their music..coming from the punkscene and turning into a solid always surprising rock act...this album has one killer track among others..'sympathico' is an awesome song.. chekk em out

From: Scandinavia Date: June 28, 2003 at 16:22
You said it Tomcat...Used to be a punk band and seemingly they've returned to their roots...Hmmm...Good for them! But in comparison to their hardrock albums it's now 4 guys with a lot of cash who are making noise! Plain & simple...Garage rock at best...

From: Scandinavia Date: June 28, 2003 at 16:24
Okay, one positive thing about this album is the song 'Home Alone 4' It actually surprised me...

From: Blue Tequila Date: June 28, 2003 at 22:10
I've only heard the songs Empty Heads and Home Alone 4 off this album and I like both tracks. I saw the video for Empty Heads on their website and I like it - very original. I keep meaning to pick this up but don't really want to pay the import price for an album that I guess isn't that great.

From: Dennis Date: September 4, 2003 at 9:39
Although I'm a big 'hairmetal' fan I've always had a soft spot for DAD. Riskin'it all and No Fuel.. were great hard rocking albums. Helpyourselfish was an allround poor effort, but this one has its moments. It's far from your average straight forward hardrock, but if you like this lead singer, you'll appreciate this album.

From: Metal Pete Date: January 2, 2004 at 12:49
A good release, much lighter than 'Helpyourselfish'. It seems to mark a return to earlier style for them while maintaining modern sound. If you like D.A.D. you won't be disappointed..standout tracks 'Empty Heads', 'Cloudy Hours', 'LIfe right now' and the surprising 'home alone 4'. If Helpyourselfish scared you away, try this one to get back onto D.A.D.'s wagon

From: Metal Pete Date: January 2, 2004 at 12:50
--oops, and the title track! Outstanding song

From: Metal Pete Date: February 10, 2004 at 18:39
I need to make an entry for D.A.D.'s fantastic live album, 'Psychopatico'. If you are unaware of this album, look into it. It also has video clips of concert footage and I think the whole video for 'Home alone 4'. I'll submit it soon. An incredible live album that delivers how exciting these guys must be live.

From: Rycheage Date: November 21, 2004 at 19:44
Nothing special here but some straight ahead rock n roll. 'Empty Heads and 'Home Alone 4' are indeed the best of this lot. All in all, a pretty decent album worth tracking down.

From: Geoff Date: March 1, 2005 at 6:27
For me they lost it here. This has a few highlights and the lyrics still amuse and please me, but this was not their best effort. Still pretty good though.

From: Aussie Dave Date: March 22, 2005 at 21:03
After changing to a heavier direction with the last album, they turn around 180 degrees here and go for a modern soft rock vibe! The songwriting is still good, and to be honest, the songs in general are catchy, but the fans just don't know what to expect from these guys anymore! I know some people gave this album a bagging, but for me, this album is equal to anything they have done besides No Fuel! The first 6 or 7 tracks are equal to anything on the radio at the minute! Another solid release! 8

From: Big Mike Date: April 10, 2005 at 20:15
This album is a bit of a return to the more accepted 80's sound. Cloudy Hours is heavy and is a good track. Empty Heads and Don't Tell Me Anything are good radio friendly rock tracks. Its not in the same league as no fuel or riskin' but has it moments.

From: Bobby De Date: June 9, 2005 at 3:53
Hey now, this albm unfortunately sounds like country on heroin! Too bad too, cuase the hair scene tried to make a big push this year, but they all forgot that were the ones that buy their albms not SHORT, LITTLE, YELLOW BUS, CHILDREN! Oh well, we still have the old stuff and who knows it might come back......(I tried holding my breath but by 96 i passed out.)I mean who is writting these songs, their kids, their phychoatrists, It cant be the cool metal heroes we know and love!

From: Madd Mortigan Date: July 27, 2009 at 22:58
Pretty boring compared to the first 2 cd's. In fact nothing really stands out after giving this one plenty of listens. I wouldn't pay $20 for it.

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