Top Db's Albums
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Falling Off the Sky
Falling Off the Sky
[2012]
Christmas Time Again
Christmas Time Again
[2006]
Ride the Wild TomTom
Ride the Wild TomTom
[1993]
The Sound of Music
The Sound of Music
[1987]
Like This
Like This
[1984]
Stands for Decibels (Bonus Track Version)
Stands for Decibels (Bonus Track Version)
[1981]
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She Won't Drive In The Rain Anymore Ups And Downs You Got It Wrong Today Could Be The Day I Thought You Wanted To Know Girlfriend In Spain Darby Hall We Should Be In Bed The Death Of Rock Lonely Is (as Lonely Does) Write Back On The Battlefront Huey Dewey And Louie Louie Ask For Jill Judy Happenstance Think Too Hard Lines And Dots Molly Says Holiday Spirit Barometers, Thermometers She's Green I'm Blue Bonneville Rendezvous Soul Kiss (part One) Christmas Time Ash Visible Man Ride The Roller Coaster Modern Boys And Girls Any Old Thing Death Garage Morning Bugle Send Me Something Real What's The Matter With Me A Better Place Little Hands What About That Cat Working For Somebody Else Never Say When The Wonder Of Love I Didn't Mean To Say That Never Before And Never Again The Adventures Of Albatross And Doggerel A Spy In The House Of Love Dynamite Moving In Your Sleep I Feel Good (Today) She Got Soul Love Is For Lovers From A Window To A Screen The Fight Not Cool She's Not Worried I'm In Love New Gun In Town Black And White Bad Reputation Amplifier Tearjerkin' Big Brown Eyes We Were Happy There Neverland Living A Lie Nothing Is Wrong Cycles Per Second Window On The World Looked At The Sun Too Long Far Away And Long Ago White Train Before We Were Born Change With The Changing Times World To Cry I Can't Look Her In The Eye I Lie That Time Is Gone Bald-headed Baby If And When Tell Me Two Times I Read New York Rocker Espionage Everytime Anytime Sharon Baby Talk Running Over Walking The Ceiling (it's Good To Be Alive)
Related Information for Db's
Along with Let's Active, The dB's defined the Southern power pop/jangle pop movement of the early to mid-80s. The band's music was a quirky blend of smart pop and psychedelia crossed with the more experimental side of new wave. Though they've never received widespread recognition outside of critical acclaim, they provided a key link between Big Star and 80s alternative acts such as R.E.M.. Their latest work is 2012's 'Falling Off the Sky', which has attracted serious critical praise.Formed in 1978 in Winston-Salem, NC, the original lineup of the band featured Chris Stamey (guitar, vocals, keyboards), Gene Holder (bass), and Will Rigby (drums). All three members had spent time in Stamey's legendary gro... read more