Lost Souls

Doves - Lost Souls
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
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Based on 50 ratings
2000 Ratings: #84
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October 17, 2000 / Release Date
LP / Format
Astralwerks / Label
Dream Pop, Britpop / Genres
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JayCrackers
79
Doves' debut, Lost Souls, is a lovely piece of dreamy britpop providing a lush and colorful atmosphere and soundscape with some impressive songs such as Rise and The Cedar Room and with these spread out throughout the record means the almost hour long album never runs out of steam.

Track Review

Firesuite 8/10
Here It Comes 7.5/10
Break Me Gently 8/10
Sea Song 7/10
Rise 8.5/10
Lost Souls 8/10
Melody Calls 7/10
Catch The Sun 8/10
The Man Who Told Everything 8/10
The Cedar Room 9.5/10
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tha138
76
The story of this debut is about how some ravers became indie-rockers without selling their souls to the devil.
Instead, they trusted their instinct, worked hard and delivered some beautiful samples of melodic sadness, addressed to all the lost souls.
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5. 8/10
6. 7/10
7. 8/10
8. 10/10
9. 9/10
10. 10/10
11. 7/10
12. 8/10

album cohesion: 8
album originality: 7

total = 79%
Resontone
81
A dreamy sound stuck halfway between Coldplay and pedal-peddling shoegaze, with a strong second half that makes up for a mostly forgettable collection of opening tracks. Yes, there's a lot of filler on here, but the high points are very impressive and scratch the early 2000s alt-rock itch with aplomb.
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Track List

  1. Firesuite 
  2. Here It Comes 
  3. Break Me Gently 
  4. Sea Song 
  5. Rise 
  6. Lost Souls 
  7. Melody Calls 
  8. Catch The Sun 
  9. The Man Who Told Everything 
  10. The Cedar Room 
  11. Reprise 
  12. A House
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Added on: August 23, 2012