With its harsh sepia cover depicting a scene from a Nazi propaganda film - and with the band's name being the same as that of a Seattle grunge act - you can be forgiven for presuming that All of Us is a heavy album. It isn't. True, it can be counted amongst the plethora of psychedelic releases of the late sixties, some of which were very heavy indeed, but it's more Moody Blues than 13th Floor Elevators. That's not saying anything bad (I happen to love the Moodies) it's just unexpected. Also, there're a couple of tracks amongst the bonus material on which Art/Spooky Tooth do the backing. Those particular numbers (though faded out just as they start to really go for it) are much more pumped up. Nirvana is basically two guys, one from Ireland, the other from Greece. The influence of their nationalities does show through in the melodies and choice of instrumentation, but not overly so. The level of musicianship is very high, the tunes catchy and the production professional. All these factors combine to create a pleasant listen with a few choice moments of psych weirdness. I'd advise this album for lovers the lighter side of psych, e.g. The Zombies, Amen Corner, The Byrds, Manfred Mann, Love, The Hollies, Donovan etc.