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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: "....dallas proves to be a contender for one of the best underground albums released in 1999. Tracks like Six For Fix and Raj Kapoor are just one crafty remix away from becoming club classics." https://www.tradebit.com
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".....jangly guitar popsters Dallas, who play beautiful, haunting, easy listening-inspired indie." The Face. Mar 2000.
"Charmingly innocent-yet-ironic pop from the wintry heart of Estonia. A music junkie’s dream, absorbing everything from Sonic Youth, My Bloody Valentine and Joy Division to jazz, disco and classic Euro-pop." [topping the list of the ten best CD releases of 1999] Toronto Star. 27 Dec 1999.
"....dallas proves to be a contender for one of the best underground albums released in 1999. Tracks like Six For Fix and Raj Kapoor are just one crafty remix away from becoming club classics." https://www.tradebit.com. Nov 1999.
".....with their own blend of psychedelic lounge-pop, this Estonian outfit can capably step into the strange aural realm reserved for the likes of Stereolab." https://www.tradebit.com. 21 Oct 1999.
"An enticingly enjoyable display of cross-continental musical cultures, Dallas has a fantastic rhythmic sense that’ll hook you right through the cheek and keep you wriggling happily." Splendid on-line. 11 Oct 1999.
".....since I got this album, I haven’t given much time to other new records I’ve gotten this month.....they couldn’t of put together a more pleasant and charming album." Kick Bright on-line. Oct 1999.
"I can’t get over how catchy these pop songs are. Where has this band been all my life?.....The songs are inventive and clever.....What a debut." DrawerB on-line. Aug 1999.
"By turns, deliciously cool synth pop and dark, edgy guitar atmospherics, this is music for long summer nights." Melody Maker. 10 Jul 1999.
"They blissed out the crowd with their soft melodic pop tunes." Exclaim! Jul 1999.
"All the way from Estonia, but well-liked here thanks to previous visits. Moody, delicate noise woven into hooks that’d take your eye out." Toronto Sun. 14 Jun 1999.
"Their tunes are beautiful, elegant and rocking all at the same time." Chart magazine on-line. 13 Jun 1999.
"Talent helps as well. Just ask Dallas, an Estonian pop group that ably meshes Stereolab, Britpop and the Beach Boys and features on keyboards the cutest communist I ever did see." Ottawa Sun. 11 Jun 1999.
"The sublime Estonian popsters return! Some of us were so smitten we caught ’em three times during CMW [Canadian Music Week]." Toronto Star. 10 Jun 1999.
"Moody and melodic pop with influences from Velvet Underground to Stereolab and bossa nova to dub." NXNE Festival Guide. 10 Jun 1999.
"Dallas have an easy way with a three-minute pop song......" Heat. 22 May 1999.
"Estonian pop band Dallas proved that their first show away from home wouldn’t be their last." Exclaim! Apr 1999.
"Dallas are from Estonia and sound like they’re in the thrall of Lush and My Bloody Valentine." Melody Maker. 20 Mar 1999.
".....Dallas demonstrate a capacity for melodies so sweetly gorgeous, you’re left dewy-eyed. An uplifting work of Baltic brilliance, no less." Time Out. 17-24 Mar 1999.
"...indeed, it’s already tough to imagine a better pop record coming down the pipe this year." Toronto Star. 4 Mar 1999.
"Singer Kristi Kindel has the voice of a teenage daydreamer and the sorrow of an ageing European diva........" eye. 4 Mar 1999.
".....Dallas’ sound, [which is] strongly reminiscent of Stereolab and all sorts of European indie guitar-rock and pop." Chart. Mar 1999.
"Just as you’d never guess that Texas are from Glasgow, there’s no way of telling that Dallas are actually Estonian." The Guardian. 26 Feb 1999.
"While how this Estonian band landed on Toronto-based High Park Records remains a pleasant mystery, ours should not be to wonder why, just be thankful for the gem of catchy pop." Exclaim! Feb 1999.
"Dallas is the best European pop album to land on these shores since the Delgados unleashed Peloton on largely deaf ears a few months ago - the kind of record you’ll want to share over the phone with confused, drowsy friends at 3 a.m." Toronto Star. 23 Jan 1999.
"The swirling, ethereal noise made by this accomplished pop band from, of all places, Estonia, should find a welcome home with anyone enamoured of, say, the Cocteau Twins and mid-period Cardigans. Worth hunting for." #2 in the Alternate Top 10, Jam! Music online. 12-19 Jan 1999.