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Litmus

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.52 | 8 ratings

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davidsporle
4 stars The first litmus album is good first album its a heavier hawkwind sound and the first song infinity drive is a good starter to get you into listening to the whole album,every track on this is good,this is a album which hawkwind would be proud of,ive listened to this quite alot its that good and same goes for planetfall [litmus 2nd album],the only track on this that i dislike the most is i cant be sane but its still not a bad track,this whole litmus album is a good buy as its new space rock band for this century and a promiseing band to they deserve more people to know about them as there that good its got everything that hawkwind have got or did have[hawkwind are still good but lacking something i think],litmus are like hawkwinds space ritual album and they sound good to so give this a try as its new 2000 s band that are keeping the space rock sound going how it should be heard although it is heavier but thats not a bad thing,get inbto litmus and you,ll love them and they,ll get your old hawkwind albums out to which is a good thing i think as litmus are that good and addictive to,you,ll like this after the first listen i did and ive got 40 hawkwind albums,i give this 4 stars
davidsporle | 4/5 |

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