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    Main » 2007 » January » 07
    Sunday, 07 January 2007

    1 Gravity Serpent
    2 Burner
    3 X-Plodo Sun Hat
    4 Black Dawn
    5 Chemical
    6 Inch of Mercury
    7 Half Doll Violet Star
    8 Atomic Hand
    9 Dream House
    10 Assigned Frequency

    The hypnotic world of Medusa Cyclone began in 1992, following the breakup of
    legendary Detroit psych/punk outfit ViV Akauldren. ViV keyboardist and Medusa Cyclone
    frontman, Keir McDonald, wanted to continue the space-rock approach that made ViV
    famous on both sides of the Atlantic. Medusa Cyclones first release was in 1992 on Manta
    Ray Fleet, a Detroit-based 7 label started by McDonald and Chris Girard. Although Manta
    Ray Fleet worked in small runs of about 200, the label enjoyed a strong following in the lofi
    underground of the early 1990s. Early fans included Stephen Malkmus and Mark ... Read more »
    Category: Alternative/Punk | Views: 1578 | Added by: RainyDaySponge | Date: 07 January 2007 | Rating: 4.0/1


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