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  • Audio Cassette (August 19, 1997)
  • Label: Sony Music Entertain
  • ASIN: B000002BQO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,271,544 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Trouble With Love
2. Homecoming Parade
3. What Do You Do?
4. Last Letter Home
5. Falling in Place
6. Let It Lie
7. Goodbye to Grace
8. Vows
9. Hollywood
10. Did You Get Hurt?
11. The Shallows
12. Umbrella

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I do like their first album, but this one is far superior.
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Oh, and you gotta love the line about "killing that little turd Cupid" in "The Trouble with Love".
The Wickerman
As much as I love this album, it's hard to recommend it to people.
J. Dollak

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 5, 1999
Format: Audio CD
In a period of music where sex sells more than actual talent, and bands such as Britney Spears and Backstreet Boys rule the airwaves, I look back a good two years to albums like this one for hope. Dogs Eye View, especially in this CD, are a testament to the lack of appreciation of real music, judging by what is now on the market. This is one of the best from the mid-ninties, a time I'll always think of as rich with talent and astetically pleasing sounds - as evidenced by such bands as: Counting Crows, Dave Matthews Band, Refreshments, and Gin Blossoms. Hope the next DEV is as good as this one. Get it: You won't be dissapointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brian Schwartz on February 7, 2001
Format: Audio CD
this album is unbelievable. i'm very upset that most people don't know about it. great songs, unbelievable lyrics, everything, this album has it all. get it if you know what's good for you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 12, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Daisy, the new CD from Dog's Eye View, is by all means worth the money. Not only is the music good, but the lyrics are some of the best i've ever heard. Daisy is the type of CD you pop in after a long day; D.E.V has produced a very "chill" record...
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Peter Stuart was originally released under the band name Dog's Eye View back with Happy Nowhere. That album was his solo material, with the backing band augmenting what he had already put together. Daisy is the album he made with the band.
This is an important distinction. When you write as a solo artist, you have both the blessing and curse of relying on yourself. If you want to play a song that has a very awkward rhythm, you don't need to worry about the drummer having a hard time with it. But you also can't rely on other musicians to pull you through the song.

It seems fairly clear to me which songs were written with the band - What Do You Do?, Falling In Place, Goodbye to Grace, Hollywood, and The Shallows. These are the heavier songs on the album. I think Homecoming Parade was sort of a half-and-half thing though.

To be honest, this album isn't quite as good as Happy Nowhere was. But it's still a great album.

Stuart is a clever songwriter, and his voice is remarkable. He doesn't cheat on his rhymes, but his writing feels effortless, but that's because of the amount of acting that he injects into his voice. He doesn't sound like he's just singing the words. He's living the story for you. The best example of this is the highlight of the album, Umbrella. The song sounds sort of like an outtake, with the electric part sounding unpolished and unrehearsed. Beyond that electric, the song sounds like something that he played to himself after having a long cry after a sad breakup.

The second real highlight of the album is the opener, The Trouble With Love. Stuart boils the problems with our relationships down, and sounds insightful without being resentful.
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By The Wickerman on December 23, 2008
Format: Audio CD
To me, Dog's Eye View sound a bit like a cross between Counting Crows and Toad the Wet Sprocket (funny that those all have "animal names"). Not as original (or as good, I must admit) as those bands, but still great melodic rock. Not much to say really, except that this is a very enjoyable album for what it is. I really wish there were still artists making stuff like this.

Oh, and you gotta love the line about "killing that little turd Cupid" in "The Trouble with Love". The first time I heard that I had to rewind and make sure that was really what he said. Anyway...

Check this out if you love good melodic rock. You'll probably dig it, I'm sure.
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By A Customer on June 29, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD about a year after I heard "Last Letter Home". It took me that long to buy it because it took me that long to find out what the name of the song was. All of the songs are in the same vein as that one, and they're all pretty good. I've never heard any other songs by them on the radio, which is sad, because they're a great band. Heck, I rarely hear "Last Letter" these days. I found out that "Umbrella" was on the "Can't Hardly Wait" soundtrack, but that's it. I hope to hear more from these guys in the future. If "Happy Nowhere" is like this album, I'm gettin' it!
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By A Customer on July 11, 1998
Format: Audio CD
This is a wonderfull sophmore release from Dog's Eye View. Every song is wonderfull and the musicians are excelent. I especially like Adam Duritz's backround vocals. If you haven't already looked at Happy Nowhere (their first CD) you should deffinately check it out. This album is just as good. I deffinately reccommend this CD. If you like this you should also check out Counting Crows, Hootie and the Blowfish, and Collective soul.
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Brilliant album by this little known (In the UK) band. Decided to purchase the CD after hearing them mentioned on Counting Crows Live in New York CD. Now I want more :-) I loved the Multimedia on the CD as well, really lets you get to know the band. Hope to hear more soon - Get over to England guys and make it big... Fantastic. Roger Holgate.
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