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    Friday, 31 December 2010


    If you are a regular visitor of this blog/site you'll probably remember Cosmic Trip Machine and their first CD-r Lord Space Devil reviewed on Lost-In-Tyme (June 2008) by Mr. Rainy Day Sponge !!! I still remember how excited he was about that album when he first listened to it !!! Since then,
    Cosmic Trip Machine find their way to discography and their new album The Curse of Lord Space Devil is distributed by Nasoni Records on CD and vinyl !!!


    Cosmic Trip Machine claims that "this particular review on Lost-In-Tyme in June 2008 had a snowball effect. You were among the first to believe in Cosmic Trip Machine when no one else did, and you proved it with a Lord Space Devil review on your blog". I believe that their music was (and still is) good enough to reach a large audience. So, it was a matter of time to find more people to believe in their music and it's obvious that they found them under the Nasoni Records label. And of course to all of you who like, listen and maybe? buy their music !!!

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    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 14037 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 31 December 2010 | Rating: 5.0/3


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