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Axis Of Evol CD


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"Outside Love" is ten songs of love and hate that read like a Danielle Steele romance novel but that would probably make for bad television.

"Outside Love" is the third album by Pink Mountaintops, AKA Stephen McBean, who has slowly emerged as a distinctive voice and a very special contributor to the North American songbook. A veteran of the Vancouver/Victoria punk ... Read more in Amazon's The Pink Mountaintops Store

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  • Audio CD (13 Mar 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Jagjaguwar
  • ASIN: B000CNFBFE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 150,261 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Comas
2. Cold Criminals
3. New Drug Queens
4. Slaves
5. Plastic Man, You're The Devil
6. Lord, Let Us Shine
7. How We Can Get Free

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By James Lappin on 20 Jan 2008
Format: Audio CD
Pink Mountaintops - There is so much to write about this little band from Canada as the press has not shone upon them (yet).

This album opens up with the seemingly reflective acoustic 'Comas' with a nod to AC/DC. Next Track, Cold Criminals sounds like the hot fuzz of The Velvet Underground with Mc Bean sounding like a howling Jim Morrison and the guitar sounding like a velvet beat, a definite nod to the Velvets. Pink Mountaintops find their dark side here, from here on in, its dirge.

New drug queens is possibly the most youthful tune on the album, sounding like a teenage rant, 'tell yer mamma gonna stay out late tonight'.

Slaves is up next and comes in at a near hefty 9 minutes long. This is my personal favourite track on the album. This has a dark tune which would rival any that of Joy Division's back catalogue. McBean laments to break free and this works perfectly with the accompanying 1-2, 1-2 drumming, 3 chord guitar and a tamborine with a synth keeping the tone dark enough for McBean.

Next up is, plastic man, you're the devil which opens not unlike a folk/pop track. This is his protest song on axis. Listen close to this little gem.

Lord, let us shine comes in next sounding very out of place with heavy synth and a growling Pink Mountaintops then works into a sort of harmony. Heavily infuenced by Beck which is very noticeable on this track. This track would not be out of place on Beck's - Mellow Gold. This track is immense, very leftfield, great.
To conclude Axis, we have how can we get free. For any VU fan, this track would easily slide onto VU - 3. Listen, and you'll know what I mean. This track is about simplicity, stripping it all down and laying in front of you. Truly beautiful. Thank you Pink Mountaintops for this.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matt Pucci VINE VOICE on 3 Mar 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
"Canadian bad-ass" may sound like a contradiction in terms but in the case of Stephen McBean - taking a break from his day-job in much-lauded psych-rockers, Black Mountain - it's an apt description of the man, who references the likes of Johnny Cash and AC/DC in his lyrics and draws on a myriad musical influences.

Depending on who you believe, Pink Mountaintops is either McBean's solo project or - as his myspace site would have it - a full band with 23 (!) members. Either way, Axis of Evol is not as wholly addictive as the Black Mountain record, which didn't leave my stereo for literally months after its release; nonetheless, this is still commendably subversive stuff best listened to in a darkened room through a pair of those massive oversized headphones.

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Matt Pucci
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By olaf on 14 Feb 2014
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Everything was ok, the item arrived in time and well packaged. Stephen Mac Bean is one of the great songwriter these years, I love Black Mountain and Pink Mountaintops the same.
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It's a lip smacker 16 Mar 2006
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Format: Audio CD
Just like the first album Axis of Evol does not fail to impress. Sultry notes that inspire!
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not that good, really 17 Dec 2006
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Format: Audio CD
there some bands that somehow show up on everyone's radar all thanks to hype without having much substance behind what what they do. Pink Mountaintops is a prime example. This album isnt painful to listen to, but on the other hand it isn't really exciting or new either. They seem to sound like a B-rate Smog meets Velvet Underground tribute band at best. I gave it a few spins and it still bored me for the most part.
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