Toothbrush (album)

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Toothbrush
Toothbrush cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJanuary 1, 2002 [1]
Recorded2001
Genre Psychedelic rock, Indie rock
Label self-released
Dr. Dog chronology
Psychedelic Swamp
(2001)
Toothbrush
(2002)
Easy Beat
(2005)

Toothbrush is a studio album by Dr. Dog. It was self-released in 2002 by Dr. Dog, although the official release date and record label is speculated. Little is known on the official release and mass distributions of the album.

Dr. Dog American rock band

Dr. Dog is an American rock band based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Its lineup consists of Toby Leaman, Scott McMicken, Frank McElroy, Zach Miller (keyboard), and Eric Slick (drums). Lead vocal duties are shared between Leaman and McMicken, with all members contributing harmonies. In addition, each band member has a nickname beginning with the letter T, and they have explained that friends of the band also receive nicknames, which are drawn from aspects of their lives and personalities.

Contents

Stylistically, the 60s pop roots of Dr. Dog's style are apparent, presented in a lo-fi quality for which they are renowned. The album is considered more of a debut than Psychedelic Swamp mainly due to its availability on the iTunes Music Store and major online music retailers, such as Amazon .

Track listing

  1. "I Can't Fly" - 4:58
  2. "Mystery to Me" - 5:13
  3. "How Dare" - 2:42
  4. "Say Ahhh" - 4:12
  5. "Jealous Man" - 4:38
  6. "The ABCs" - 4:40
  7. "Swamp Livin'" - 4:41
  8. "Adeline" - 3:19
  9. "County Line" - 4:29
  10. "Heaven" - 6:58

Personnel

Notes

  1. Yahoo Shopping listing of Toothbrush shopping.yahoo.com, retrieved on February 23, 2008

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