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Imogene
Review by Gary Hill
You don't see a lot of rock bands out there without guitar. Niacin is the first one that springs to mind – and a good picture when thinking of this album. The comparison goes deeper, though. Both bands' sounds are heavily rooted in retro textures.
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Interviews
Imogene
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with David Melbye of Imogene from 2007



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Fuzz Beloved is a close relative to both Imogene and Ludivine. It is vaguely prog rock, but also encompasses the sounds of psychedelia.
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