Gênero: Psychedelic Rock / Heavy Psych
Wasted organ-heavy psych with endearingly muffled production and echoing vocals. Doomy, druggy vibe is maintained throughout, even on the uproarious version of "Rock Around the Clock" (Completely with distorted brass instrument of some description). "Nights in White Satin" is turned into a nightmarish Mandrax dirge, and "Down By the River" is smothered in the audial equivalent of confused, drunken remorse. The two originals shine bright too, opener "Can't get Down" ploughs a thrillingly nihilistic blues-rock furrow, while the twisted history of the US related on "Monster, Suicide, America" is just baffling. A definite lost classic for fans of no-fi psych and outsider rock.
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