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  • Cassette (17 juin 1993)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN : B00000EE14
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Par Mélomania COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 15 septembre 2015
Format: CD
De l'indie rock ligne claire aux roots à peine planquées, trois gars aussi sympathiques que compétents, c'est Dada et leur premier long-jeu, l'excellent Puzzle.
Dans la musique de Dada, peut-être parce que c'est un trio, plus certainement parce qu'ils possèdent une similaire "sécheresse", il y a un peu de Police. Dans la musique de Dada, peut-être parce qu'ils sont américains, plus certainement parce qu'il partagent un identique amour de la chanson bien calibrée mais pas formatée pour autant, il y a un peu de R.E.M.. Dans la musique de Dada il y a, surtout !, les personnalités et capacités combinées de trois musiciens et compositeurs doués qui, qui plus est, savent marier leur voix avec un quelque chose d'un certain quatuor de Liverpool, d'Oyseaux plus que recommandés. Voilà, c'est pour situer parce que, à l'image du titre de leur premier long-jeu, c'est à un puzzle d'influences et de vécu dont il s'agit. En chansons, ça donne une douzaine de compositions originales toutes réussies dont on ressortira, pour l'exemple, les plus beaux spécimens. A commencer par un Dorina qui n'a l'air de rien porté par une basse omniprésente et une guitare aérienne mais qui, d'un couplet où bassiste et guitariste unissent leurs voix, d'un refrain planant aux interventions guitaristiques de Michael Gurley (une fine gâchette) fait son petit effet.
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Par gégé-blues TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 19 juillet 2007
Format: CD
Sous ce nom ridicule, Dada, se cache un "power trio" extraordinaire qui nous offre une pop musique puissante et mélodique dans cet album sorti en 1992. Une grosse basse, une batterie métronome, une guitare volubile et des voix mélodiques nous ont concocté 12 titres surprenants. Et ce n'est que du bonheur, que ce soit sur des titres enlevés ou plus calme, la rythmique reste puissante, syncopée et que dire du guitariste! véritable virtuose qui intervient intelligemment en solos mélodiques ou riffs appuyés. Les voix, superbes, interviennent souvent en choeur pour étoffer des refrains entêtants. Ecoutez ce groupe qui pourrait bien devenir votre dada!
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Par al1 le 10 janvier 2015
Format: CD
Ce groupe vraiment pas connu peut-être rangé dans la catégorie pop rock. La douzaine de titres de cet album sont tous très bons. Petite préférence pour Timothy, Dim, Dorina et Dizz knee land. M****, ça fait déjà 4 titres.... J'aime !
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17 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Super solid debut 28 mars 2007
Par Analog - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Puzzle is the debut album from Dada, one of the best and most underrated bands to come out of the 90's. It's too bad that most people wrote Dada off after "Dizz Knee Land" saturated most radio stations to the point that it drove listeners to despise the band. If you only know Dada from "Dizz Knee Land", you are really missing out on one of the best bands to come from a decade of not-so-great music (with a few exceptions, of course...) Dada was the first concert I saw right after American Highway Flower was released. My friend and I were already huge fans, and seeing them at a local Junior College was a great first concert experience. There weren't many people there, so it made for an intimate concert, and we even got to meet the guys afterwards, which was excellent. OK, so I had been made a permanent Dada fan afer that point.

Mike Gurley is a phenomenal guitarist who has only improved drastically with every release. I could watch him play for hours and hours and still be amazed at the sounds he can produce with a guitar. The man knows how to rock, plain and simple, though it never shows as well in the studio. I would strongly recommend seeing Dada live for the full effect on Mike Gurley's awesomeness. The way Gurley and Joie Calio mesh with the vocal harmonies is really something to hear. Calio's bass work is tight, and he's a great singer also when he takes the reigns on vocals. Dada is one of the only TRUE rock bands to come out of the 90's.

The tracks on Puzzle:

1) Dorina-great lead off track, starts out mellow with some excellent solo work. 5/5

2) Mary Sunshine Rain-more of a straight up rock song with some nice acoustic guitar and pretty harmonies. 4/5

3) Dog-Another rock song, which I consider one of the weaker tracks. Has a good verse melody and kind of a 60's vibe. 3/5

4) Dizz Knee Land-We all know this one. I still love this song, it was the first song I heard by Dada. 4/5

5) Surround-A quieter but quick paced acoustic rock song with more of that 60's feel. Very pleasant. 4/5

6) Here Today, Gone Tomorrow- Good stoner rock. The spoken verse works well for me. Heavy on the flanger. 4/5

7) Posters-The Dada drum solo song. A fast paced rocker that Dada does so, so well. Awesome! 5/5

8) Timothy- A ballad complete with strings and some interesting lyrics. One of my favorites. 5/5

9) Dim- I believe this song was fleetingly popular also. Quick straight up rock song with a typical 90's sound. 5/5

10) Who You Are- A solid Joie Calio/Mike Gurley song with some awesome guitar licks and rockin' bass. 4/5

11) Puzzle- The title track; a slow spacy trip with swirling guitars. Kind of a 70's lo-fi sound and a great sing along chorus. 4/5

12) Moon- My favorite song on Puzzle. The Joie Calio ballad which builds to the end and finishes with a nice guitar solo. 5/5

Overall, I give it a 4/5. Very solid and competent debut album, nowhere nearly as good as El Subliminoso, but worth checking out. Definately see Dada live if you get the chance, it will be well worth it!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 California '90s power pop 20 octobre 2004
Par S. Isaacs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
What a fun album this one is. The production is squeaky clean and bright, the playing unerringly melodic, the guitar solos truly brilliant yet concise, and most songs well within the pop range of 3-5 minutes. The lyrics themselves help set this band apart from the rest. They're not content to just warble shiny happy tunes or wax miserable and frustrated. Instead, the lyrics are razor sharp wit. References to psychics on La Brea, Lolita, and Jim Morrison reveal this band's bent toward decadence -- and that's only on the record's arguably best track, "Posters." The song is basically an update of "Norwegian Wood," but much saucier and more visceral, with tight, TIGHT drumming and great guitar solos. More decadence is found on "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow," a great tale of a Catholic school boy turned wild hipster -- again, references to Hugh Hefner and (obliquely) William Burroughs. You get the distinct notion that the future members of Smashmouth were listening -- very closely.

What else to say about the rest? Pop hooks galore. Listen to the way the second verse leads into the chorus on "Dog," or the stunning electroacoustic strumming on "Mary Sunshine Rain." Or the excellent dynamics on the gorgeous "Dorina."

Perhaps there might be a few quibbles. The slower, more thoughtful songs drag a bit, though the final, elegiac "Moon," which bemoans a a friend's suicide, truly hits home. And if you're not one for cleverness, beware -- these guys border on being too clever for their own good.

And, yeah, these guys did hit the charts. If you were anywhere near a radio in 1992, you'll recognize "Dizz Knee Land" immediately. Not far afterward came the wilder "Dim." Altogether, a wonderful pop near-masterpiece.
10 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Truly Original & My Favorite of All Time 31 décembre 2003
Par Dana Pagliarulo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Puzzle has remained one of my all-time favorite discs since I bought it the year it was released. There are many reasons. First, it's rare that you find an album in which you love every song on it. This is one of them that I can say this about. Mary Sunshine Rain is to this day still my favorite song (John Mayer's 'Why Georgia' is coming up the rankings quickly) with every other song on this album pushing a close second to the next. I still get goosebumps every time I listen to Mary.
The second reason is because the stylings of Dada are like nothing else you have heard before. They push the envelope of rhythm and melody without sounding weird, and it really works.
Another attribute of true Dada style are the guitar licks. The chops laid down on these tracks are as important to these songs as the lyrics. It's as if the guitar melodies are talking to you. It's amazing. Get excited about buying this CD. It is not over-produced like today's pop and rap. It is down to earth and real, yet put together like a puzzle with all the pieces perfectly fitting together. What was the last album that you purchased that you didn't FF past a song you don't really care for?
Finally, this album is timeless. I can pick it up today and get the same feeling from the songs that I did when I first fell in love with it. Honestly, I think another label should pick up the rights to this disc and re-release it and promote it like the original releases should have been.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Back in print at last! 21 septembre 2004
Par Kenneth Edens - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After being out of print, this amazing disc is back. Great song writing, great singing, and great guitar playing. There is no filler on this disc. Each song carries it's own weight. I grew up

listening to Skynyrd, Clapton, Hendrix, Blackmore and a lot of other excelent rock and blues guitarists. I feel that Michael Gurley can play with anyone. From the range of dynamics in Dorina, to the blasting solo at the end of Dizz Knee Land, this guy is hot. After you hear this disc, you'll be out buying the rest of DADA's music. Trust me.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 It still holds up today. 14 septembre 2002
Par grapabo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album doesn't fit any of the genres of early 90s rock, and perhaps it benefits today by not falling into the old stereotypes. A lot of the songs are thick with vocal harmony, and a lot of them are minor dirges (such as "Mary Sunshine Rain" and "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow") that evoke a more reserved and sophisticated sense of cool than most rock bands.
"Dizz Knee Land", of course, was the primary radio hit, and the guitar work on that song is typical of the rest of the songs. In other words, it is fantastic throughout. The other radio song was "Dim", which now might plausibly be mistaken for a Gin Blossoms song, even though they didn't come along until later.
Some of the songs that deviate from this style are "Posters", which is a quasi-blues romp. (Someone with more than this album might testify otherwise, but in the context of this rather sophisticated album, an attempt at a raw blues song is a stretch.) Another song, which I think is quite good, is "Timothy", in which the multi-layered violin arrangement may bring echoes of the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby". Maybe it's "Luka" revisited, maybe it's not. The comparison doesn't bother me too much.
The last song ("Moon") also deviates from form, as it's an heartfelt ballad with just the singer and a guitar accompaniment. I'm guessing that this song, along with a few others, has to do with a breakup of a relationship. All in all, the musicianship is great and the lyrics are sophisticated enough to match. The album would be worth the price in any era.
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