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Atomic Dolly
  • Artist: Deep Wilson
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479345470
  • Item #: SRD934547
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 7/11/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Atomic Dolly on CD

So, who are Deep Wilson? I look at the others but they stay quiet. Ok, what is Deep Wilson? Again I look at the others but they've already gone. Well... it's at least an idea. An idea that came from the question: 'What is the point of songs?' I'm not talking about music, but songs. There is no point - not in a song. And we definitely don't need any more. So that's why we started up a band. That may sound a bit strange, but we soon guessed there were going to be songs no matter what, and 97 billion would be created in man's time in the cosmos, or perhaps just in Hong Kong, who knows. Then we thought, 'Why not write the last song now?' - you know - the 97 billionth (97 billion could also be wrong). We called our first song Zero, because you just can't get any higher than that. But we enjoyed making that last song so much that we decided to write One More Song, which I suppose has to be the penultimate song ever written. Then we had the bug, couldn't stop. And so, as long as we write songs better than the worst (fingers crossed), we feel we're doing nothing immoral, and can Smile! Quotes from those who have already heard... 'catches your attention very quickly..' 'Fantastic, angular conglomeration of moods!' 'I will be looking for this band's page right after (hearing)this. So many wonderful, trippy 60's feelings are channeled into this song (ALL THE UGLY PEOPLE) - Moody Blues, Easybeats, The Pretty Things, Alice Cooper, and on and on. I don't know if that was the intent, but it's what I hear. There are almost too many great ideas, but that is it's appeal for me. Kind of like 'A Quick One,' by The Who, this song seems to be made up of several very distinct, and somewhat mismatched idioms. Excellent guitar, too, by the way.' 'Diggable!' 'The vocals are outstanding. This is one I could listen to over and over again and I don't say that lightly. Great harmonies. Nice and airy sound. Reminds me of the great days of The Who (as in Tommy).' 'I liked it a lot. It's the best I've heard on hear so far. Great recording as well. Nice guitar solo.' (ALL THE UGLY PEOPLE - GARAGEBAND.COM) 'sounded really 60's and beatles-esque. The lyrics are quirky and interesting. The vocals are great and very melodic.'