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  • 02/19/17--11:52: Mercury on Mars
  • From John N comes this comp of material from Boston's rockin' Mercury On Mars.....I've heard a bit
     of their stuff and I approve.......it's grungy power pop, with fine songs, I think you'll like it......more stuff out there? Be interested.......this is a pretty good one though.

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    "Mercury On Mars is a rock band from Boston Massachusetts combining elements of post-punk, power-pop, and psych, with supersonic attack, catchy hooks, and a monstrous rhythm section. Be The Sun is a compilation of previously recorded and un-released music."
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    http://www27.zippyshare.com/v/PnpziQKx/file.html

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    Inline image 1Fabio sends this one and not only that he rates it at 10/10......myself I don't know shit about these bands, and you know what THAT means? Means I LOVE IT!  We will all check this one out together, one thing about Fabio, he always sends some hard rocking stuff!




    https://mega.nz/#F!uUgxWSpS!EVU88cV2rnH5u1q_uGlqsw



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  • 02/20/17--10:59: Rhino
  • Fabio again, this time with some stellar Italian stoner rock from Rhino.......this one I recall, although I didn't have it, but it rocks pretty hard core........thanks Fabio for all that you do for us!




    01 - Intro.mp3
    02 - The Law of Purity.mp3
    03 - Bursting Out.mp3
    04 - Grey.mp3
    05 - Nuclear Space.mp3
    06 - Eat My Dust.mp3
    07 - Nine Months.mp3
    08 - A and B Brown.mp3
    09 - Cock of Dog.mp3
    10 - I See the Monsters.mp3


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  • 02/20/17--11:06: Space Debris
  • Fabio, back again with this cool double disc effort from Space Debris......"Behind the Gate" is a new release, with some long trippy, spacy cuts........I really did like this one, perfect for starring out the window into the night sky........here's a little information attached by Fabio:

    Songs / Tracks Listing

    CD 1: (51:50)
    1. Sunlight (6:29)
    2. Behind the Gates (14:21)
    3. Ohnword (9:01)
    4. Stardreamer (8:03)
    5. Sun for Fun (2:49)
    6. New Rag (CD Only) (11:07)

    CD 2: (53:38)
    1. Music is God (6:35)
    2. Blue Alert (15:10)
    3. Summernightdrive part 1 (12:45)4. Summernightdrive part 1 ext. (7:55)
    5. Summernightdrive part 2 (5:46)
    6. Planet Paradise (5:27)

    Total Time 1:44:28

    Lyrics
    Music tabs (tablatures)
    Line-up / Musicians
    - Tommy Gorny / Guitar 
    - Winnie Rimbach-Sator / Keyboards 
    - Janni Schmitt / Bass 
    - Christian Jäger / Drums 
    Releases information
    Label: Green-Brain / Breitklang (SDBG0217CD)
    Format: CD, Digital, Vinyl
    February 20, 2017

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  • 02/20/17--11:15: Super Snake
  • And yet one more Fabio submission, this from 2012 from Super Snake........lots of good information attached to this one so I'll just turn it over to the author:
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    For their debut album Leap of Love, New Jersey hard rockers Super Snake have assembled a rhythmic ride that draws inspiration from many different genres. Super Snake are a talented group of musicians looking to incorporate several different facets of rock into one cohesive project. In Leap of Love, the band is certainly firing on all cylinders in their attempt to make an ambitious work of psychedelic rock.
    The distorted beginning of the title track kicks off the album and everything from this point on becomes a twisted ride of passion. The crunch behind the rhythm guitars paired with Jerry Jones’ gruff vocals gives the track a grimy aesthetic, though the production remains impressive enough so that listeners can carefully make out every instrumental detail. The track eventually reaches an impressive breakdown which presents an even dirtier, sludgier style. The campier, darkly comedic elements might draw comparisons to the likes of Rob Zombie or Marilyn Manson, though the almost experimental breakdown is almost similar to the likes of progressive metal band Giant Squid. The second track “Lie4u” mixes in some blues to their psychedelic vibes which gives them a similar sound to Queens of the Stone Age. While listening, you feel as if you’re lost out in the desert and this album is the only thing available to quench your thirst. It’s a blistering song that is especially heightened by the incredible lead guitar work towards the very end. Track three “Hot Pavement” continues this sick, twisted ride through the sandy dunes and will leave you with the lingering taste of cactus. The high pitched guitars and thudding rhythm sections offer more Queens of the Stone Age comparisons, though Super Snake provide a dark yet slightly humorous tone to their sound that makes it unique in their own right.
    Track four “Spirit Cave” is a slower track closer to the stoner metal genre. This track trudges along at its own pace, though it then develops into an explosion of sounds right around the 4:10 mark. The inclusion of keyboards into the already heavy sound alludes more to the previously mentioned Giant Squid comparison. The tracks “Sister Margaret” and Dreamcoated” will continue to satisfy fans of blues rock while still spitting enough venom to catch the attention of heavier music junkies. The latter track features especially solid percussion that builds up to a roaring climax. Track eleven “Big Seize” is definitely the most radio friendly moment on the project. It’s a shorter, more accessible song though it still carries that dirty sound that was present on the rest of the album and manages to summarize the band’s strengths in all of its four minutes. For those who are only looking for a taste of what Super Snake has to offer, this track is a good place to start.
    Leap of Love is perfect for fans of gritty, almost creepy blues rock but the album has some notable setbacks. Clocking it at just over an hour, the album’s length might make listeners hesitant knowing that it will be a longer listen. The album occasionally feels its length, particularly on songs like “ Too Late, Who Cares” which tends to dwindle on for a bit too long without reaching a satisfying conclusion. On the other end of the spectrum, the track “Lavish Sum of Dread” has that good, grimy presentation though its shorter length actually holds it back from truly expanding on its sound and diving into the more experimental realms that most of the album tackles. Leap of Love can occasionally show moments of inconsistency due to some tracks needing to either be trimmed or extended based on what they already bring to the table. Some moments are solid, but too short in their runtime which could leave listeners wanting more. Other tracks are somewhat too long and spend slightly too much time progressing without much of a payoff. Despite these drawbacks though, this album definitely features more positives than negatives thanks to Super Snake’s contorted personalities and undeniably skilled musicianship.
    Leap of Love is a fantastically performed psychedelic rock album that mixes in heavy elements of blues, stoner metal, and even occasional moments of more experimental rock. Right from the beginning, the album takes you on a gravelly trip and refuses to stop until you’ve experienced all of its catchy, adrenaline-inducing sounds. It’s equally parts speedy and sedated all in one. Many bands make attempts to combine a wide array of rock elements, though not all of them can pull it off as satisfying as Super Snake. Leap of Love is a boiling pot of toxin and caffeine, and listeners will be more than happy to indulge.

    LINK: https://mega.nz/#F!KdxQ2D7A!Ap4A5XsaiWiSwyPpRy873Q



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  • 02/20/17--11:32: The Komplete KROKODIL!
  • Zigzagwandaerer takes a small break from the Can extravaganza, to put up this one, especialy for yours
    truly......my very, very fave Kraut/prog rock band of the 70's, Switzerlands Krokodil......I've featuared some of their stuff here before, but this is the whole collection, don't miss, this is a wondersome group with great albums.....Personally I love "Invisible Swamp" which is totally fab, as are all the rest of em.....thanks 1000000 times over to zigzag for this totally cool collection (Can will resume soon, there is still more to clean up there too!)   Anyway I love me some Krokodil, I'm betting you will a well!
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    Krokodil [1969]

    01 - Morning Dew.mp3
    02 - You're A Part Of Me.mp3
    03 - All Alone.mp3
    04 - Mis Blues.mp3
    05 - Prayer.mp3
    06 - Watchin' Chain.mp3
    07 - Dabble In Om.mp3
    08 - Don't Make Promises.mp3
    09 - Hurra! Alive.mp3
    10 - Camel Stop.mp3

    http://www111.zippyshare.com/v/K8OqrMbS/file.html

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    Swamp [1970]

    01 - Get Your Personality Together.mp3
    02 - Light Of Day.mp3
    03 - Sunlights Beatiful Daughter.mp3
    04 - Tell Me What You Want.mp3
    05 - Blue Fashing Circle.mp3
    06 - Snow White And Blue.mp3
    07 - Human Bondage.mp3
    08 - Gipsy Man.mp3
    09 - That's What I Do.mp3
    10 - Stehaufmadchen (Trailer).mp3

    http://www111.zippyshare.com/v/bl2pmteN/file.html

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    An Invisible World [1971]                                                    

    01 - Lady Of Attraction.mp3
    02 - With Little Miss Trimmings.mp3
    03 - Oddyssey In Om.mp3
    04 - Green Fly.mp3
    05 - Looking At Time.mp3
    06 - Last Doors.mp3
    07 - Pollution.mp3
    08 - Krokodil Session Part 1.mp3
    09 - Krokodil Session Part 2.mp3

    http://www111.zippyshare.com/v/fCAYLsJo/file.html

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    Getting Up For The Morning [1972]

    01 - Marzipan.mp3
    02 - And I Know.mp3
    03 - Rabatz.mp3
    04 - Was There A Time.mp3
    05 - Schooldays.mp3
    06 - Song No. 2 (Thought Under Bad Conditions).mp3
    07 - The 12th Of March.mp3

    http://www111.zippyshare.com/v/a2SursBk/file.html

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    Sweat & Swim [1973]

    01 - Talking World War Iii Blues.mp3
    02 - All I Ever Wanted.mp3
    03 - Daybreak.mp3
    04 - Skylab.mp3
    05 - Two To Twelf.mp3
    06 - That?s Allright, Mama.mp3
    07 - Linger.mp3
    08 - Little Girl.mp3
    09 - Billy Dee.mp3
    10 - There You Stand Entangled.mp3

    http://www111.zippyshare.com/v/x0xzyyhB/file.html

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    The Psychedelic Tapes ['70 - '72]

    01 - The Creator Has A Master Plan.mp3
    02 - Stehaufm?dchen Part 1.mp3
    03 - Marzipan (Live).mp3
    04 - Stehaufm?dchen Part 2.mp3
    05 - You're Still A Part Of Me (Live).mp3
    06 - Stehaufm?dchen Part 3.mp3
    07 - Odyssey In Om (Live).mp3
    08 - Raga.mp3

    http://www111.zippyshare.com/v/huQgrcqf/file.html

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    Open Air Festival [1970]

    01 - You're Still A Part Of Me.mp3
    02 - Odyssey In Om.mp3
    03 - Human Bondage.mp3
    04 - Blue Flashing Circle.mp3
    05 - Light Of Day.mp3

    http://www111.zippyshare.com/v/xXFavpz8/file.html

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    Pop Land Hits Fair [1971]

    01 - Light Of Day.mp3
    02 - Get Your Personality Together.mp3
    03 - You're Still A Part Of Me.mp3
    04 - Odyssey In Om.mp3
    05 - Pollution.mp3
    06 - Lady Of Attraction.mp3

    http://www111.zippyshare.com/v/w3JWVZBa/file.html

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    Krokodil  Solo Dude Durst [1970]              

    01 - Chemical Harvest.mp3
    02 - The Sound Of Sunshine.mp3

    http://www111.zippyshare.com/v/wZ4pkFNk/file.html

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  • 02/20/17--21:02: Beachheads
  • John N sent this one a while ago, took me a while to get to it, and I like it a lot, from Norway,
    Beachheads are some very nice power pop stuff, I' d almost (ALMOST) call them something like a poor man's Len Price Three......that would be getting a bit carried away (LP3 are a huge fave of mine).....but this is damn good, every song here could be a radio-single I think, probably at the end of the day comparable to the Records or The Romantics, someone from that magical era of lost 70's power-pop, which is always welcome in 2017!

    BEACHHEADS-01 Moment of Truth/02 Break Me Down/03 Your Highness/04 Despir/05 Una/06 Give Me Some Love/07 Reverberations/08 Procession/09 Treasure Chest/10 Monologues/11 Addiction Not Love/12 It Feels Alright

    http://www32.zippyshare.com/v/kxHS4NeY/file.html

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    Still working dilligently to complete this gigantiac torrent of 60's garage-fuzz greatness......as I've said,
    these have been very popular, and here is NO overlap between the "Garage Fuzz" series and "Sons of" I personally pruned out the duplicates, so you get 100% "new" material! Thanks for enjoying this series, I agree, it's fab.......


    VOLUME 8-01 HAL BLAINE AND THE YOUNG COUGARS-Green Monsters/02 HALF LIFE-Get Down/03 HAMILTON STREETCAR-Invisible People/04 HANGMEN-Dream Baby/05 HARBRINGER COMPLEX-Tomorrow's Sound/06 HARD ROAD-You Rub Me the Wrong Way/07 HARD TIMES-Old Wine New Bottles/08 HAUNTED-I Can Only Give You Everything/09 HAYMARKET RIOT-Nine O Clock/10 HAZARDS-Hey Joe/11 HEARD-You're Gonna Miss Me/12 HENCHMEN-Say/13 HERGS-Style of Love/14 HEROES-I Can Only Give You Everything/15 HOPE-Where Are You Going To/16 HUMAN BEINGS-Ain't That Lovin' You Baby/17 I LIARS-Extremo Oriento/18 IMPACT EXPRESS-A Little Love/19 IMPACT EXPRESS-I'm Gonna Change the World/20 INITIAL SHOCK-Long Time Comin'/21 INN-SECT-let Me Tell You About the Things I Need/22 INNSMEN-I Don't Know/23 INRHODES-Try and Stop Me/24 INTRUDERS-She's Mine/25 INVASION-Do You Like What You See


    http://www109.zippyshare.com/v/wzEXwA3u/file.html

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    Inline image 1I don't know this one either, which is great, lotsa stoner bands have bizarro names such as Mexican Chili Funeral Party.......I'll be checking this one shortly, sounds like another winner......


        01. 01                                 -  00:52
        02. Vespucci                           -  04:37
        03. Power of Love                      -  03:55
        04. La Ballata Del Korkovihor, Pt. II  -  01:50
        05. Ranger                             -  03:49
        06. Waiting for the Sun                -  04:01
        07. 1605                               -  03:16
        08. Lu Curt                            -  07:46
        09. Tomahawk                           -  02:59
        10. 11                                 -  03:04
        11. Seul B                             -  05:34 




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  • 02/21/17--15:38: Lowlife, Redux
  • Long time friend Anonymous Max in the UK saw the Lowlife post (Fabio's) and remarked that they are
    a fave of his, so he, (like John N, Jon S, zigzag, and Lewdd) seems to own every CD ever made, and submits the remainder of the discography! Cool coz I liked the original submission, so let's see what we think about the rest of the stuff!

    here is his whole email:
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    Hi

    I know it's been ages, but thought I'd drop you a line, as you've done a small feature on Lowlife.  I'm a massive fan of theirs and will always do anything to promote them.  I've got a load of the early stuff on vinyl, and the last two albums on CD.  I was subsequently really happy when I was able to download that early stuff, as my music was and still is stored away (I'd already ripped most of the CDs).  Anyway, here you go with a whole load of Lowlife: 

    Dimmuendo - http://www23.zippyshare.com/v/mMJKtcBb/file.html

    From A Scream To A Whisper - http://www86.zippyshare.com/v/HIGz5DMP/file.html

    Godhead - http://www58.zippyshare.com/v/uQMtLdvW/file.html

    Gush - http://www108.zippyshare.com/v/nyZ80WWs/file.html

    Permanent Sleep - http://www91.zippyshare.com/v/DuM32PI9/file.html

    San Antorium - http://www40.zippyshare.com/v/y37KjIZ0/file.html

    Swirl It Swings EP - http://www6.zippyshare.com/v/cV84Y1LW/file.html

    The Black Sessions - http://www108.zippyshare.com/v/wRkGwdeD/file.html

    Rain EP-http://www53.zippyshare.com/v/5VtMbejD/file.html




    San Antorium and Ramified from the Swirl It Swings EP are without a shadow of a doubt my favourites.  Ramified was my introduction to the group, and I played it endlessly.  San Antorium was a huge departure from where they'd been, and you can hear the difference in production, but I think it's fantastic.  Anyway, hope you all enjoy these.

    As with before, zippyshare can throw up a strange link at times. If that happens, cancel it and close it down straight away, and then retry.

    Any probs, and I'll do my best to reupload.


    Anonymous Max from the UK

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  • 02/21/17--15:48: House of Love, Redux
  • And again Anonymous Max in the UK sends a treasure trove of material from a band we've had a small
    taste of, House of Love.........hope you liked that one, coz here is a BUNCH more of their stuff, so rock on!
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    Hi

    Anonymous Max back again.

    Also saw you did a brief post on The House Of Love.

    Here's some more I can offer:

    A Spy In The House Of Love - http://www21.zippyshare.com/v/4bAjWfHF/file.html


    Babe Rainbow - http://www83.zippyshare.com/v/EHtOOGIe/file.html

    Black Session 05.06.1992 - http://www14.zippyshare.com/v/nNEgtmDb/file.html

    Days Run Away - http://www115.zippyshare.com/v/9ohAql7R/file.html

    Live @ London Marquee Club 22.04.1991 - http://www105.zippyshare.com/v/cwZxswJ4/file.html

    Live @ The Lexington 13.11.2013 - http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/8WcXd50T/file.html

    Live Fontana Promo - http://www15.zippyshare.com/v/joOXQPZw/file.html



    The Creation Recordings 1986-1988 - http://www74.zippyshare.com/v/DPAa7Hgn/file.html
     

    The House Of Love (Butterfly) - http://www89.zippyshare.com/v/Mj1arjGs/file.html

    You Don't Understand - http://www51.zippyshare.com/v/0iGVxGPo/file.html


    Enjoy!


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    If you are a fan of the Minnesota Vikings, and you should be, perhaps you remember offensive tackle
    "Gary" ZIMMERMAN who, along with Randall McDaniel, comprised a Hall of Fame left side of the offensive line for most of the 90's......."Gary" ZIMMERMAN appeared on many football cards, and what we are going to do today is discuss years and locations for cards on which "Gary" ZIMMERMAN does NOT appear......for example, do you realize that NO card aof "Gary" ZIMMERMAN exists for:

    Liverpool 5/14/66-I don't think he was born yet
    Birmingham 5/12/66-nor yet
    Leicester 5/15/66-nor yet
    Sheffield 5/16/66-nor yet


    I was told that the stats on the back of each "card" are nearly identical ato aeach other so we may not want them all, necessarilly, unless we are completists, you know, like collectors.

    Soon i will present some MORE cards on which "Gary"
    ZIMMERMAN did NOT appear!


    I still have a handful of decoder rings left, only $249.95 plus $40 shipping.....what an Easter gift they would make!

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    Gotta come clean.....this is a band with which I do not have a great deal of familiarity.....I have thier whole discog (if you are a fan you'll be pleased with the amount I assure you) because a friend of mine loves them and I made the discog for him......likely, have listened to it twice......don't know why, could be the video-game tie-in thing (I HATE video games), or whatever, but I am bingeing the discs as we speak, and this is some very versatile, imaginative, and really impressive heavy metal.....it's sludgy sometimes, or crystal clear at others......a really varied attack, sludge, stoner, prog, and just good old heavy metal trash wind up here and there, and the albums are well though-out, lyrically sophisticated conceptual affairs for the most part. I have missed out on a good band, hope they don't mind "sharing" because I'm up for putting a lot of their stuff up for ya this week, hope the effort is worthwhile.

    Mastadon are from Atlanta and consist of singer/drummer Brann Dailor, singer/guitarist Brent Hinds, singer/guitarist Bill Kelliher, and singer/bassist/keyboardist Troy Sanders.......on occasion they utilize guest vocalists, which is always a touch I find intersting.......lets start with album #1, 2002's "Remission".......I turned this one on and at once I knew this was a band I probably should have been down with.......somewhat annoying vocals at times, (I know some of ya LOVE vocal style, I don't)....but we have some awesome instrumentation (espcially like to point out the drumming).....very solid metal debut, "Where Strides the Beheamoth", a typically, wonderfully pretentious metal atitle, is my fave here, a speedy rant for sure, but there are plenty of goodies here, as long as this vocal style doesn't grate on you much.

    I like "Leviathan" better, the vocals are better, and musically, still hard rocking and interesting......from what I read, lyrically inspired by Melville's "Moby Dick", would take more investigation to grasp that totally, I guess, but a good album, "Blood and Thunder", "Island" and "Aqua Dementia" stand out here, but hell, this is a solid as fuck, damn near 5-star effort.......they have a new fan!

    "Blood Mountain" came along in 2006, really no new ground is broken, but in metal?.......well, they know their format and know it/utilize it well......more speedy metallic head slammers, "The Wolf Is Loose", "Circle of Cysquatch", and "Hunters of the Sky" stand out, but there is good stuff all over the place here for head banging junkies.

    In 2009 they released "Crack the Skye".....it features cleaner vocals (we cana rgue over whether that is an improvement, my vote is yes), and is perhaps a bit more ambitious, daring.......what?, "Oblivion" sounds almost grungy (Cool song), the epic "The Czar" is about 11 minutes of the kind of stuff we expect from most of our rivitheds, but, seriously, these boys do it well.......4/4 now for good solid albums released.

    Well, what brought this up to begin with is Fabio sent a few singles, I assume from their upcoming release......I'm sure when it comes out, someone will slip it this way, but I am enjoying the fuck out of these albums tonight. The next album was  2011's "The Hunter", a good one as well, "Curl of the Burl" rocks to the bones, as does "All the Heavy Lifting", all in all another good album.

    Finally for tonight, 2014's "Once More Round the Sun", more of that same unique blend of
    style/sound.....metal is rarely called "unique" and for good reason, but these have a distinctive, and as I said before, quite intellectual sound dand feel to them........verdict: I REALLY like them!

    I'm sure if you are a fan you have all these, but to me it's like a new
    discovery.....And, for you dedicated fans, this will probably go three parts as I have a bunch of live stuff, EP's, all that good stuff. I REALLY do like these albums, and impressed very much with how the band adapted to changes in musical trends without compromise........good, hard/heavy and INELLIGENT rock is sometimes hard to come by, here are five slabs of it here.




    REMISSION

    Crusher Destroyer 2:00
    March Of The Fire Ants 4:25
    Where Strides The Behemoth 2:55
    Workhorse 3:45
    Ol'e Nessie 6:04
    Burning Man 2:46
    Trainwreck 7:04
    Trampled Under Hoof 3:00
    Trilobite 6:29
    Mother Puncher 3:48
    Elephant Man

    LEVIATHAN

    Blood And Thunder 3:49
    I Am Ahab 2:46
    Seabeast 4:15
    Ísland 3:26
    Iron Tusk 3:03
    Megalodon 4:23
    Naked Burn 3:42
    Aqua Dementia 4:10
    Hearts Alive 13:40
    Joseph Merrick

    BLOOD MOUNTAIN

    The Wolf Is Loose3:34
    Crystal Skull3:27
    Sleeping Giant5:36
    Capillarian Crest4:25
    Circle Of Cysquatch3:19
    Bladecatcher3:20
    Colony Of Birchmen4:19
    Hunters Of The Sky3:52
    Hand Of The Stone3:30
    This Mortal Soil5:00
    Siberian Divide5:32
    Pendulous Skin22:16


    CRACK THE SKYE

    Oblivion5:47
    Divinations3:39
    Quintessence5:27
    The Czar10:54
          Usurper/Escape/Martyr/Spiral
    Ghost Of Karelia5:25
    Crack The Skye5:54
    The Last Baron13:01

    THE HUNTER

    Black Tongue3:27
    Curl Of The Burl3:40
    Blasteroid2:35
    Stargasm4:39
    Octopus Has No Friends3:48
    All The Heavy Lifting4:31
    The Hunter5:17
    Dry Bone Valley3:59
    Thickening4:30
    Creature Lives4:41
    Spectrelight3:09
    Bedazzled Fingernails3:08

    ONCE MORE AROUND THE SUN

    1. "Tread Lightly" Troy Sanders, Brann Dailor 5:14
    2. "The Motherload" Dailor, Sanders 4:59
    3. "High Road" Sanders, Dailor 4:15
    4. "Once More 'Round the Sun" Brent Hinds, Sanders 2:58
    5. "Chimes at Midnight" Sanders, Hinds 5:32
    6. "Asleep in the Deep" (featuring Valient Himself & Ikey Owens) Dailor, Hinds, Sanders 6:12
    7. "Feast Your Eyes" Sanders, Dailor 3:23
    8. "Aunt Lisa" (featuring The Coathangers & Gary Lindsey) Dailor, Hinds 4:08
    9. "Ember City" Sanders, Dailor 4:59
    10. "Halloween" Hinds, Dailor 4:39
    11. "Diamond in the Witch House" (featuring Scott Kelly) Scott Kelly, Sanders 7:49
    3:33

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    Posted the Kills Complete B Sides a week or so ago, KIND OF surprised by the lack of enthusiasm for
    it......just me, I LOVED The Kills, their icy-cold alterna-rock was one of the highlights of music in the 00's.......anyway, lets try again, we have a pari oaf albums here, "The Black Sessions" both from 2003 and 2005.......listen to these, they are great, as are/were the Kills......many of their greatest tunes are here, "Kissy Kissy", "Fuck the People" and more........gotta LOVE The Kills, at least I do, so let's give them the love they deserve!


    Both recorded live in Paris, this was one of the best bands of its era.....hey I Just now discovered Mastoadon, more or less, so give the Kills a shot if you are a novice.....man those male/female duos were the name of the game then (White Stripes, Ravaeonettes, The Kills, Mommy and Daddy, Mazzy Star, The Firey Furnaces,  and plenty more, this was the sound/style of an era and hardly anyone noticed)

    Good records here my good people!













    2005 BLACK SESSIONS-

    1 No Wow
    2 Black Rooster
    3 Cat Claw
    4 Dead Road Seven
    5 Hate The Way You Love
    6 Hate The Way You Love Part 2
    7 The Good Ones
    8 Kissy Kissy
    9 Fried My Little Brain
    10 Your Love Is A Deserter
    11 Passion Is Acurate
    12 Rodeo Town
    13 Drop Out Boogie

    2003 BLACK SESSIONS-
    1 Superstition
    2 Pull A.U.
    3 Cat Claw
    4 Fuck The People
    5 Monkey 23
    6 Kissy Kissy
    7 Hitched
    8 Fried My Little Brain
    9 Black Rooster
    10 Drop Out Boogie



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  • 02/21/17--21:16: More Japandroids
  • John N sends a package of Japandroids, whose latest album blew me away the other day.....couple of EP's,
    "Celebration Rock" (this was submitted last week by Kurious Kev, but this version is stacked with seven bonus tracks), and "Post-Nothing" (great title)......

    The two EPs are packaged on a single disc entitled "No Singles".......it's comprised of the EP's "Lullabye Death Jams" and "All Lies", both from 2007-08....carpet bombed it and sounds like a great collection. "Post-Nothing" come from 2009 and sounds just as good, and I already explained about "Celebration Rock", and can't wait to hear the bonus material.

    John N hits a longball with this one......I said before the new Japandroids was my fave alabum of the year thus far, and the rest of this material puts flesh on the bones. Good band, lots of good music here. Thanks a lot to the always hard-working John N, as well as Kurious Kev who answered the bell the other day when I asked for Japandroids in the first place.....TEAM GBFAL fucking rules, once again!

    NO SINGLES-Side 1 LULLABYE DEATH JAMS EP- 01 Darkness on the Edge of Gastown/02 No Allegiance to the Queen/03 Sexual Aerosol/04 Lovers/Strangers/05 Lucifer's Symphony-Side 2 ALL LIES EP-06 Couture Suicide/07 Avant Sleepwalk/08 Coma Complacency/09 To Hell With Good Intentions/10 Press Corps (Also includes 18-page booklet)

    POST NOTHING-01 The Boys are Leaving Town/02 Young Hearts Spark Fire/03 Wet Hair/04 Rockers East Vancouver/05 Hearts Sweats/06 Crazy Forever/07 Sovereignty/08 I Quit Girls

    CELEBRATION ROCK (EXTENDED VERSION)-01 The Nights of Wine and Roses/02 Fire's
    Highway/03 Evil's Sway/04 For the Love of Ivy/05 Adrenaline Nightshift/06 Younger Us/07 The House That Heaven Built/08 Continuous Thunder/09 Heavenward Grand Prix (7" A-Side)/10 Art Czars (7" A-Side)/11 Sex and Dying in High Society (B-Side)/12 Shame (B side/13 Racer X (B-side)/14 Jack the Ripper (B Side)/15 Younger Us (7" A-side version)

    This is a hip/hot band right now........just saying, their new issue was posted a while back without incident, but if I were truly interested I might act quickly, just in case........thanks to John N again for a simply tremendous submission!



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  • 02/21/17--21:35: Iguana Death Cult
  • Inline image 1Well, it's another day, so that means it is time for yet another stoner rock submission from Fabio that I have never heard of.......what will I do when he finally runs out of stuff? He certainly has given the blog a shot of adrenalin with all of his amazingly great stoner rock and other submissions......he has nicely filled the void left by my OTHER stoner rock go-to guy, Studkid, who is currently MIA (come back soon my brother!)

    Anyway, I haven't heard this one yet, but Fabio doesn't let me down........this is the place to be for obscure stoner rock.......once again, team GBFAL is a motherfucker!!!!!!!

    Iguana Death Cult - The First Stirrings of Hideous Insect Life (2017)


    (01)[Iguana Death Cult] - Pyramids.mp3
    (02)[Iguana Death Cult] - The Dreamer.mp3
    (03)[Iguana Death Cult] - Can of Worms.mp3
    (04)[Iguana Death Cult] - Whispers.mp3
    (05)[Iguana Death Cult] - Seven Tongues.mp3
    (06)[Iguana Death Cult] - Mutterschiff 308.mp3
    (07)[Iguana Death Cult] - Freak.mp3
    (08)[Iguana Death Cult] - Voodoo Mirror.mp3
    (09)[Iguana Death Cult] - Jellyfish.mp3



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  • 02/21/17--21:45: Black Cobra
  • No ImageI don't know this band either, they are a California sludge/stoner band that apparently has been at it for a little while at least........as if you couldn't guess, this is another incredible submission from Fabio......I found a good review of the album so let's just use that, 'specially since I haven't heard it yet!
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    01. Imperium Simulacra
    02. Challenger Deep
    03. FathomsBELOW

    04. Eye Among the Blind
    05. The Messenger
    06. Obsolete
    07. Dark Shine
    08. Sentinel (Infinite Observer)
    09. Technical Demise


    It's been five years since BLACK COBRA released its last album, "Invernal", and the band's returnMEANSa hell of a lot to the sludge underground. If you're unfamiliar with BLACK COBRA, the band is the bombastic duo from San Francisco: guitarist Jason Landrian, formerly of CAVITY, and drummer Rafael Martinez, one-time bassist for ACID KING. Their scorching new album "Imperium Simulacra" finds the pair in peak condition and willing to thrash as much as trudge.

    The album opens with the blisteringly abrasive title track "Imperium Simulacra", a speedy track reminiscent of HIGH ON FIRE—it's a mauler. Landrian's rasps differ in pitch from Matt Pike's and his riffs are hurled in a higher key, but otherwise, this one's a similar discharge of shredding fun.
     "Challenger Deep" is a pumping song that will satiate both sludge heads and thrashers. Rafael Martinez rips into a fast poundFOLLOWING a trudging intro and repeats the cycle for a second round. Jason Landrian woofs and snarls while dishing up tasty riffs worthy of KYLESA and even FU MANCHU"The Messenger" offers more bombastic deep drum tones reminiscent of a dessert session, while promoting inescapable headbanging.


    The 8:26 "Fathoms Below" works itself through slower albeit denser progressions. Again, BLACK COBRA mirrors KYLESA as Jason Landrian and Rafael Martinez noodle and jam for two minutes before assuming a windingCOURSE, one that grows louder yet more complex. The blustery course they set drops them into a raging sequence of harrying notes before BLACK COBRA hammers it all to gory pieces. Later in the album, Landrian and Martinez make it aPOINT to drone through the 7:15 "Dark Shine" for five minutes with brutal slide chords and slow clubbing before momentarily hitting the thrusters. "Dark Shine" finishes where it begins, fading into a psychedelic ether.

    As fast as much of the preceding songs are, "Obsolete" goes into hyperdrive as Rafael Martinez floors the gas even harder, plowing into grind turf. The choruses, while slower, are still rock ‘em sock ‘em and "Obsolete" is freaking fierce. Churning the hell out of "Sentinel (Infinite Observer) " for bars on end, Jason LandrianMANAGES to squeeze in a moment of grandeur with guitar work kissed by the astronomic planes. It's a moment to inhale and savor, as "Technical Demise" wraps this album with a frenzied bang.

    Straight-up, BLACK COBRA decimates every square inch of "Imperium Simulacra" and woe be to any act daring toSLOT them as openers. Jason Landrian and Rafael Martinez are absolute monsters with veteran touring cred; anyone following these dudes is set upon the mean task of trying to outclass them.





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  • 02/21/17--22:04: Hawks
  • Some very tasty noise-rock from Atlanta veterans The Hawks, not ashamed to admit I've never heard them before either, but I am listening right now, and yeah, pretty good ....not as "noisy" maybe, as some other noise-rock stuff in places, which makes for a nice noise/metal/grunge mixture.....actually (not really like me) my fave tracks here are the instros, they just kind of grind and churn.......the other numbers are great as well though, gotta say this one is pretty good, anyone out there with some earlier Hawks? (No, NOT "Gary" ZIMMERMAN'S old band), but I'd be interested in hearing more material, I do like this one.

    NO CASH VALUE-01 Tone Deaf/02 Dust Up/03 III/04 Silk Slime/05 Clean Plate/06 Blacktop/07 IIII III (IX)/08 Single Handed/09 Luckless/10 IIII II (VII)

    Thanks John N for all you do, you are amazing, a huge part of what we are trying to accomplish around here.....thanks 10000000 x over!

    http://www55.zippyshare.com/v/J65kJYps/file.html

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  • 02/22/17--12:56: Monkey3
  • Inline image 1I've posted a few Monkey3 albums in the past, but not this one, their newest (2016) release. Excellent heavy psych from Switzerland,compliments of Fabio. I can likely find the earlier albums in my clusterfuck of a CD room, or if fanyone else has them, fell free to share.

    Monkey3 - Astra Symmetry (2016)

    01. Abyss.mp3
    02. Moon.mp3
    03. Endless Ocean.mp3
    04. The Water Bearer.mp3
    05. Crossroad.mp3
    06. Mirrors.mp3
    07. Dead Planet's Eyes.mp3
    08. Seeds.mp3
    09. Astraea.mp3
    10. Arch.mp3
    11. The Guardian.mp3
    12. Realms Of Lights.mp3


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  • 02/22/17--13:05: Live Teenage Fanclub stuff
  • Back again taoday is Anonymous Max from the UK......I'll paste his email below, but basically he's sending a
    batch of cool Teenage Fanclub live efforts........if you go back a few months, you can locate Jon S's complete Teenage Fanclub discography which should still be active.......thanks a bunch to Max, great stuff here.
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    Hi again
     
    Thanks for posting the Lowlife and House Of Love so quickly.
     
    A while ago you also did a Teenage Fanclub post, so I've dug out some live stuff for you that you didn't post:
     
    Live @ Aberdeen Lemon Tree 05.10.2000
     
    Live @ Amsterdam Paradiso 20.11.1995
     
    Live @ Benicassim Festival 05.08.2004
     
    Live @ London Astoria 21.01.1996
     
    Live @ Malmö Accelerator 25.07.2005
     
    Live @ Stratford-on-Avon 18.07.1997
    Enjoy!

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