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    Sunday, 08 June 2008

    "... an experimental psychedelic folk album with songs that release themselves of any constraints and explore differing sonic boundaries (odd instruments, studio effects, imaginative rock inspired by indian music and B-movies)..."


    "Lord Space Devil" starts quietly, evolves into something like slowed-down-Meat-Puppets (Up-On-The-Sun era) and ends in an orgy of lysergic guitar, backwards tapes and percussion.
    In these 18 songs we find that Syd Barrett lives through "Go Down Streets" and West Coast shines through "Mantra #27", sitar-driven heavy psyhe instrumentals, light pop psychedelia "In the Haze of Drugs", electric folk ("So Sad"), 1965's garage tunes with rich instrumentation ("Another Venus"), British psychedelic blues ("Plastic Hippie"), short experiments/scetches for future songs, Donovan, Tom Rapp, and a million wonderful details.

    Putting aside the deliberately obvious 60s references, I find strong resemblance with another duo - the ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 4146 | Added by: RainyDaySponge | Date: 08 June 2008 | Rating: 4.0/1


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