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GOOD-BYE JOHN PEEL: LIVE IN LONDON 2004

Acid Mothers Temple

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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The Truth
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3 stars For how distorted and fuzzy this band's live material I've heard previously is, this actually sounds pretty good. They do a very good job of pulling off the live freak-out rock and the set list has my favorite tracks by them on it. What's not to like?

Well, as I said, most of their live material is pretty distorted and although this sounds better, it's still in need of some production. Other than this though, I absolutely love the performance, the playing is stellar. I wish I could've been there to see these guys play this concert because it must've been pretty awesome.

3 stars, AMT forever baby!

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