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3.24 | 46 ratings

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4 stars This is one of the heaviest psyche albums ive heard!!! The band is a trio, bass, guitar and lacks any type of influence: electronic, jazz or eastern that could define a lot of the bands in the Kraut! genre. This is straight out heavy psyche-freak out. The albums starts off with Chub-Chub-Cherry, wich at the very beggining you know its going to blast off, the song goes on pretty typical, verse-chorus-verse.. The guitar jumping around, very foust and loud, while on the back you hear a loud and very solid bass and drum line. Brain Brain gets you going with some crazyness, its a pretty long track, for the first 3 mins you hear Hajo singing while the bass and drums go along with him very slow and soft...and then everything justs burst out! right before they start building it up again. and they go off into the heavy stuff. The next two songs: God and head tear of a drunken song kind of follow the same structure, they start like a "normal" rock song and saving all the really heavy and wild stuff for the end, same type of motion as in the first song: guitar over bass and drums, but they never get down, they always keep it interesting. They heavily maintain the rock portion of the music, all the lyrics are in english, the voice is highpitch and it gets along pretty well with the music. all the instruments are finelly equilibrated, not one covers the sound of another at any time. good sound quality also...
Doobie | 4/5 |


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