February 24, 1998
Hannibal Records
Pop/Rock, Worldbeat, Electronica

Album Review

Serotonin is the brain's so-called "joy chemical"; it's an ideal metaphor for the Dr. Didg aesthetic, which attempts to create mind-altering electronica out of all-natural components, most notably the didgeridoo of the Australian outback. Serotonality is a fascinating work, assembled largely from loops and samples initially recorded at the group's live performances; granted, the trio's sound is something of a gimmick, and it remains to be seen whether Dr. Didg can push their music to the next level, but their adventurous spirit alone makes this record worth a listen.
Jason Ankeny, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Son of Tut [Live]
  2. Later [Live]
  3. Serotonality [Live]
  4. Retro Rockets
  5. Bob's Cloud
  6. Bouncy
  7. Made Ya Mine
  8. My Little Pony
  9. Brand New Shoes
  10. Whirligig
  11. Serotonality [Reduce Speed Now Extended Mix][*]
  12. Made Ya Mine [Ricotta and Spinach Mix][*]
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