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ASIMOV

  • 01. Nothing In Return
    02. She’s Heading West
    03. Onward
    04. Even Tame Tigers Bite Their Masters
    05. The Second Floor
    06. The Major’s Ship
    07. Don’t Leave Me Demon
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    ASIMOV

    Truth

    [engl] "Truth" is the new album by this incredible heavy–psych duo from Portugal, famous for their storming live shows at famous festivals like Reverence Valada and Barreiro Rocks and for supporting big neo–psych names like The Cosmic Dead, Pink Mountaintops and Endless Boogie. You won’t believe how just two guys can create such a brutal sound. Echoes of Blue Cheer, Hawkwind, Tractor, Black Sabbath, Iron Butterfly and Pink Fairies spiced with doses of Kraut, Doom, Drone and Space–Rock.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    02.08.2017
    Genre
    Rock
    Preis
    19,90 EUR
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    ASIMOV

    Truth

    [engl] "Truth" is the new album by this incredible heavy–psych duo from Portugal, famous for their storming live shows at famous festivals like Reverence Valada and Barreiro Rocks and for supporting big ne
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    ANGELES DE OPIO

    Angeles de Opio

    [engl] Ángeles De Opio was an underground heavy–psych power trio featuring JC Sisto (Mater Dronic, Shakti’s Delirium) and Sergio and Adrián Ceballos (RIP KC). Two long tracks of extreme acid–fuzz–w
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    NARITA, MUNEHIRO

    Psyche De Loid

    [engl] Munehiro Narita, the original ?psychedelic speed freak?, is for many people the undisputed king of acid- fuzz guitar. In active since the late 70s, Narita is a Japanese psychedelic underground legend.
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    NARITA, MUNEHIRO

    Psyche De Loid

    [engl] Munehiro Narita, the original ?psychedelic speed freak?, is for many people the undisputed king of acid- fuzz guitar. In active since the late 70s, Narita is a Japanese psychedelic underground legend.
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    KHOLA COSMICA

    Khola Cosmica

    [engl] Hailing from Tokyo, Khola Cosmica are not your average “stoner-rock” band. This brutal power trio play some of the most extreme, psychedelic doom proto-metal you can find. Long tracks featuring de
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    ASIMOV

    Truth

    [engl] "Truth" is the new album by this incredible heavy–psych duo from Portugal, famous for their storming live shows at famous festivals like Reverence Valada and Barreiro Rocks and for supporting big ne
 
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    ASIMOV

    Truth

    [engl] "Truth" is the new album by this incredible heavy–psych duo from Portugal, famous for their storming live shows at famous festivals like Reverence Valada and Barreiro Rocks and for supporting big ne
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    ERSEN

    Dünden Bugüne

    [engl] Debut album, released in 1977, by one by one of Anatolian Rock’s most sheerly talented vocalists. Turkish psych–rock with some amazing funk drums and fuzzed out guitars. Ersen spent time in Mogoll
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    ERSEN

    Ersen 2 – Ömür Biter Yollar Bitmez

    [engl] His very last name, Dinleten, means ’listen’. So back to Anatolia once more and hear the unhinged guitar and electric baglama behind Turkish psychedelia’s charismatic singer Ersen. He was discov
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    PROMISE

    Promise

    [engl] If you're continuously searching the margins for lost artifacts of the pop pantheon, you can find your daily dose in late period exponents of pure, lean, Beatlesque early '70s power pop, Promi
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    PROGRESIV TM

    Dreptul De A Visa

    [engl] The 70s were the decade of progressive rock music of all calibers. And it seems not one country of this world was spared when the new kind of sound spilled over like a giant wave of inspiration. Even
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    WOLFGANG

    Eliminate Hate

    [engl] After more than 30 years hidden in a dusty storage unit, we present the previously unreleased album from one of the most enigmatic bands from the Texas psychedelic scene. An unusual blend of 60s garag
 
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