God Shuffled His Feet A band name like this inspires musical visions of off-the-wall punk or, at the very least, retroparty animalism. But no. God Shuffled His Feet ,… God Shuffled His Feet A band name like this inspires musical visions of off-the-wall punk or, at the very least, retroparty animalism. But no. God Shuffled His Feet ,… Crash Test Dummies
Music Review

God Shuffled His Feet

EW's GRADE
B-

Details Lead Performance: Crash Test Dummies

A band name like this inspires musical visions of off-the-wall punk or, at the very least, retroparty animalism. But no. God Shuffled His Feet, this second U.S. release from five Winnipeg, Canada, natives instead sports a winsome, often pastoral, folk pop that's oddly juxtaposed with singer Brad Roberts' lugubrious baritone vocals. All in all, though, Dummies may prove to be too darn nice for American audiences and their band's own name. B-

Originally posted Nov 19, 1993 Published in issue #197 Nov 19, 1993 Order article reprints
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