A Mouthful
A Mouthful
Album par The Dø
Sortie 14 janvier 2008
Durée 52:16
Genre Folk rock
Label Cinq7
Critique 3,5 étoiles Pitchfork Media
Albums de The Dø
Both Ways Open Jaws

A Mouthful est le premier album du groupe The Dø sorti le 14 janvier 2008.

Titres

A Mouthful
No Titre Durée
1. Playground Hustle 2:55
2. At Last! 4:09
3. On My Shoulders 5:21
4. Song for Lovers 2:24
5. The Bridge Is Broken 4:42
6. Stay (Just A Little Bit More) 3:06
7. Unissasi Laulelet 2:19
8. Tammie 3:15
9. Queen Dot Kong 3:14
10. Coda 1:58
11. Searching Gold 5:10
12. When Was I Last Home? 3:34
13. Travel Light 4:02
14. Aha 4:19
15. In My Box 1:48

Trois morceaux supplémentaires sont ajoutés dans la réédition de l'album en mars 2009:

Bonus
No Titre Durée
1. On My Shoulders (Chamber Version) 5:35
2. Unissasi Laulelet (Chamber Version) 3:55
3. Playground Hustle'N'Bustle 11:19

Accueil par la critique

A Mouthful a atteint le hit-parade français dès la semaine de sa sortie[1].

Pitchfork Media a donné à l'album une note de 7,5 sur 10, notant que « [A Mouthful] essaie de balancer entre le mature et l'immature » (« [A Mouthful] tries to balance the mature and the immature ») et que « [Olivia B. Merilahti et Dan Levy] n'hésitent pas à jouer avec les styles musicaux (...) ce qui compense avec les inclusions moins-que-conseillées » (« [Olivia B. Merilahti and Dan Levy] aren't shy about toying with musical categories (...) which compensates for the less-than-advisable inclusions »).

En revanche, le magazine a critiqué l'importante quantité de « déchet »[2].

L'album a été nommé au Prix Constantin.

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