DM3 “Dig It The Most”
DM3 “Dig It The Most”: This album by Australia’s DM3 represents the best thing to happen to Power Pop in a long time. Produced mostly by Mitch Easter, this 1997 compilation of DM3’s best tracks sounds like a cross between The Raspberries and The Records.
Powerful harmony vocals and over-driven guitars decorate memorable tracks like “Second Floor” (a cross between Badfinger’s “No Matter What” and Raspberries “Go All The Way,”) and “Show You.” Those two tracks alone are worth the price of the album, which comes loaded with 20 power pop gems.
Beatles, Kinks, Big Star,Raspberries, Plimsouls, ‘Groovies,Shoes,20/20….if you love these bands, find out that the torch is still burning. Dom Mariani is a genius. (Amazon)
01 Can’t Get What You Want 02 Something Heavy 03 Speed Freak 04 Show You 05 Please Don’t Lie 06 Pleaze You 07 Second Floor 08 T.V. Sound 09 Fair Weather Friend 10 Thought You Were Foolin’ 11 Hold On 12 Roman Around 13 Foolish 14 1x2x Devastated 15 Fall To Bits 16 Far From Here (The Glovebox Version) 17 Up In The Air (Electric Version) 18 180 Degrees 19 Like This 20 Take It All
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