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CITY CALLS REVOLUTION

Green Milk From The Planet Orange

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Concrete City Breakdown (19:55)
2. OMGS (7:06)
3. Demagog (8:22)
4. A Day In The Planet Orange Part1 (22:45)
5. A Day In The Planet Orange Part2 (12:13)

Total Time: 70:21

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Line-up / Musicians

- Dead K / guitar, vocals
- T / bass, whistle
- A / drums, synthesizer, vocals

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CD/2LP Beta-lactam Ring Records mt108b (2005 USA)

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Review by Rivertree
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4 stars Great freak-out jamming output from the Japanese trio GREEN MILK FROM THE PLANET ORANGE, partially build up with a heavy, sometimes even noisy punk attitude on 'City Calls Revolution'. Four songs with an approximate length of 70 minutes - this is pointing to at least one extended epic. And there are even two I would say - starting with Concrete City Breakdown initiated by a mellow spacey bass/synthesizer collaboration. The band, featuring new bassist T, let you listen to music made up with creativity and structure in opposite to aimless noodling.

And then all machines are immediately running on maximum speed to take you on a freaky ride - tons of acid, echoing and fusionesque guitar work furthermore, a hypnotic bass, furious drums and wild high-pitch vocals somewhere between screaming and singing. Taking a breath here and there this is coming near to the trickiness of 'The Mars Volta' or 'Sonic Youth' - excellent! OMGS now is adopting an attitude of punk and garage blending impressions where Demagog comes less tricky but shines with joy of playing though. This is a fine heavy psych jam at least showing their excellent instrumental interaction.

The 38 minute running suite A Day In The Planet Orange is consisting of a blues inspired jam half way through proving Dead K's complete guitar skills. This is gliding then into a spacey part coupled with mysterious Japanese vocals and samples until the band falls into a weird crushing and puzzling attitude once more. This track is a rollercoaster ride by all means (especially if you really take the time to listen completely).

GREEN MILK FROM THE PLANET ORANGE are offering a creative and powerful performance with this album and it might also give you a clue how impressing their live gigs must have evolved (don't know if they are still active yet). 'City Calls Revolution' is well done - suitable in any case if you're new to this band.

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Review by HolyMoly
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3 stars Much like the Boredoms, this Japanese group has roots in the hardcore scene but have since graduated to the world of crazy cosmic psychedelic music. But whereas the Boredoms have beefed up their sound with multiple layers of instruments and studio wonderment, this group prefers to keep it raw, live, and simple. Think of them as the modern Japanese equivalent to Guru Guru - crazed, echoey songs that jam relentlessly, keeping your attention through the incredible energy level they're able to sustain for many minutes at a time.

This album, usually considered their best (I haven't heard any others), is over 70 minutes long, consisting of two very long tracks and two shorter tracks. "Concrete City Breakdown" opens the album with a deceptively calm synthesizer intro, until the drums, bass and guitar come in with furious riffing and frenzied vocals. The song goes through several movements, different settings for some wailing guitar solos and ultra-fast drumming. At 19 minutes long, it's a wild ride of a song. "OMGs" follows, with what almost resembles a hardcore song, but impossibly stretched out to 7 minutes, incorporating lots of impressive rhythmic twists and turns. My favorite track, the 8 minute "Demagog", follows, with a classic prog song structure (I'm thinking "Schizoid Man" here). Awesome riff in the vocal section, with a different but related middle section, returning to the vocal section to close. Bringing the album to a close is the 38 minute "A Day in the Planet Orange", which is pretty much what you'd expect it to be -- drifting jams divided into multiple sections, with a fairly quiet one towards the end, suddenly erupting into the inevitable conclusion. Personally, I probably would have preferred it shorter (say, a mere 20 minutes), with another short snappy track like "Demagog" added instead, but I really can't otherwise find anything to complain about with this epic track -- it flows well while it's on, and it gives the album its first real relaxed mood, taking several minutes to build out of its ambient-like beginning.

While I don't usually go ga-ga over psychedelic jam music for its own sake, this band has enough energy to keep the listener on his (or her... yeah right) toes. This is hard-edged mind melt music. I give it a strong three stars -- captivating and well played, but overall just not enough ideas generated for the amount of time it lasts.

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4 stars Let me say - for me, there are two sorts of psychedelic progressive rock. One is what I listen to for some comfort or relaxed mind, and another is for getting more active and more powerful - a musical charger as it is said. GREEN MILK FROM THE PLANET ORANGE, a power play, is of course the latter ... (read more)

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