Time to Die (The Dodos album)

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Time to Die
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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 15, 2009
Genre Indie folk, alternative
Label Frenchkiss
Producer Phil Ek
The Dodos chronology
Time to Die
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Professional ratings
Review scores
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Drowned in Sound 6/10 [2]
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Pitchfork Media 7.1/10 [4]

Time to Die is an album by indie folk trio The Dodos. [5] It was produced by Phil Ek. The album leaked to the internet on July 8, 2009.


Track listing

  1. "Small Deaths" – 5:19
  2. "Longform" – 4:39
  3. "Fables" – 4:18
  4. "The Strums" – 4:47
  5. "This Is a Business" – 4:39
  6. "Two Medicines" – 5:27
  7. "Troll Nacht" – 6:23
  8. "Acorn Factory" – 4:04
  9. "Time to Die" – 6:16

Bonus Tracks: iTunes

  1. "Company" – 5:05


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  5. Pareles, Jon (October 22, 2009). "Skiffle Redefined, Afrobeat Resurrected" via NYTimes.com.