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THE PENULTIMATE GALACTIC BORDELLO ALSO THE WORLD YOU MADE

Acid Mothers Temple

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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3 stars Ok it took me forever to listen to it and in the end I just deleted two of the tracks but it wasn't a total loss. I actually kind of liked two of the hour long songs! The Seven Stigmata From the Pussycat Nebula is a waste of time which I learned the hard way. As well as The Holly Mountain In Counter-Clock World but at least they tried, (maybe, maybe they were just trying to make a quadruple album). But disc one or The Beautiful Blue Ecstasy is a beautiful blue ecstasy! Although heavily drug induced it's actually not that bad just a overly long psychedelic track! Disc 3 or What Is Your Name? is my favorite track. Although the longest of the four it's also the best. Very comical and kind of a mix between RIO and psychedelic music because of how randomly placed yet organized it is. Go ahead and try it! (The first and third disc anyway!)

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