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Acid Mothers Temple

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2.09 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Uzumgayu/Just George Benson
2. The Condition Of International Job Hunting Activity
3. Little Stone Little Woman And Little Record
4. Jet Stream, Jet Stream
5. Very Very Very Jazz/Deer Cries With "KAYEEYO" In The Breeding Season
6. The Harekaimogs Monster
7. Ahla Hassanbeck Lamborghini Rock
8. Davideo Said To Himself/Incognito Blues
9. Just Like A Stone, Just Like A Woman, Just Like A Record
10. Fairy Music Of Foolish Sushi Bar/Country Singer Narena Baystar
11. The Hametnyara Lady
12. Beyer
13. Mastering Master Builder
14. A Gastric Ulcer And The Prostate Part I
15. Picture Of Romance
16. The Complete Dancing Barefoot
17. A Gastric Ulcer And The Prostate Part II
18. Forever Stones, Forever Women, Forever Records

Line-up / Musicians

- Tsuyama Atsushi / guitar, bass, vocals
- Ysohida Tatsuya / drums, vocals, keyboards
- Kawabata Makoto / guitar, violin

Releases information

Magaibutsu MGC-33 CD 2007

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Review by philippe
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2 stars The neo-psychedelic, damaged, fuzzy rockin' musical tribe Acid Mothers Temple is such prolific that it remains extremely difficult to follow his career, trajectory and evolution. Anyway Stones, Women & Records doesn't figure as a pinnacle of the genre and it traces musical ambitions and ideas that follow a certain constance with the rest of the production. This album is one among others, lost in a profusion of works. It's medley , a patchwork of dynamic, excentric fuzzed out and tripped out jams with no real direction. It's not very accomplished and it can be seen as an amateurich, anarchic version of great kosmiche-kraut classics. However this listening remains pleasant if you want to take a trip throw tumultous, nervous, endless stoned sounds. Listening to Acid Mothers Temple is like watching (without seriousness) an old dated B movie.

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