With the few good ones we had
I first heard "Nobody's Perfect" while lying under the star filled sky on a beach in Baja. It was barely audible as we were listening to it through an iPod which was turned up to the max and placed on the sand. Regardless, I loved it. It might have been the setting. It might have been the people I was with. Either way, it stuck with me and when I returned home from the trip I remembered to look into Dios, who later became Dios (Malos) due to a lawsuit from some guy named Ronnie James Dio who had a band named Dio. Whatever ...
There were quite a few songs I ended up liking from their debut album (Dios), but I particularly liked this one because it sounds Pink Floyd-esque. Hopefully guitarist Joel Morales won't read this or I'm sure he'll have a few choice words to say about that. Actually, I hope he will! But according to his self written bio of the band:
"If our sound is reduced to a catchphrase, or some California postcard-like description, the range of mood and innovation in our albums is lost. We’re just trying to write good songs and we’re trying to dress them up or down, creatively and interestingly. Keep ourselves satisfied first. Fuck anybody else. So far it seems to be working."
Cool man ... whatever you say. I just like this song & hope you will too!