Douglas Dare - Milkteeth
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2020 Ratings: #584 / 868
User Score
Based on 46 ratings
Liked by 4 people
February 21, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Erased Tapes / Label
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Douglas Dare third studio album, Milkteeth, is a solid art/ chamber pop record but it ultimately just falls short for it just not being exciting and it can often fades into background noise

Track Review

I Am Free 7/10
Red Arrow 6.5/10
heavenly Bodies 6.5/10
The Piano Room 5.5/10
Silly Games 6/10
The Joy in Sarah's Eyes 5/10
The Stairwell 5.5/10
Wherever You Are 6/10
The Window 5/10
The Playground 6.5/10
Run 5.5/10

Average: 5.9/10


Genre: Singer Songwriter
Country: UK

Final Verdict: 55% (Pleasant Album)
Yearly Ranking: 408th / 546

Highlight: Red Arrows

Made me think of:
Lana Del Rey
Tori Amos


An excellent and impressive third studio album from the operatic art/ chamber pop artist, Douglas Dare. I have been hooked to the work of DD since the release of the first album, whelm which had a much more electronic sound and featured statement tracks Swim and Nile. This album is much more stripped back from the electronic sound you'd expect from a James Blake project.
This record is highly important to be presenting the childhood of DD with location and setting playing an important piece on ... read more

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Track List

  1. I Am Free
  2. Red Arrows
  3. Heavenly Bodies
  4. The Piano Room
  5. Silly Games
  6. The Joy in Sarah's Eyes
  7. The Stairwell
  8. Wherever You Are
  9. The Window
  10. The Playground
  11. Run

Year End Lists

#31/Piccadilly Records

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Added on: November 26, 2019