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  • Audio CD (24 Jan. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rise Above
  • ASIN: B004GA6PBS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,531 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Jan. 2002
Format: Audio CD
There is one British band that epitomises the spirit of old-fashioned rock music in the 90's and into the 21st century: That band is Orange Goblin. This, their Rise Above Records-released first CD, is everything the rock fan needs. Songs such as 'Aquatic Fanatic' make you want to punch your fist in the air, and the Lord Of The Rings references ('Saruman's Wish and 'Lothlorien') are a bonus. Chris Turner is one of the most inventive drummers around. A must.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 26 April 2007
Format: Audio CD
orange goblins debut album,1997,is a belting piece of work,forging various styles that would become the staple of their rocking future therein after,here they incorpoate blues,psychadelic sounds with hearty rock and some thrash metal all mixed together to make a sound that has influenced bands such as charger,iron monkey,raging speedhorn and others,of course in saying that the goblin have their very obvious influences as well and on their debut as opposed to any of their other albums the band metallica is an influence,well the album kill em all to be precise,but that along with jimi hendrix,black sabbath and such like results in something that sounds so vital even ten years after this albums release.

The album opens with the spacey and laid back the astral project and its very much a journey of brilliance there but the next track lifts the roof of the building,magic carpet is a riff fuelled beast that plummets through all in its way,what a song,sarumans wish follows and that has some diverse riffs and foot tapping moments and a piano screaming through the guitars,spine tingling brilliance again readers,the key track is aquatic fanatic,you will seldom hear as good a track if you lived to be a million years,this is a song that people need toi hear,blending styles of stoner and psych at first and then starting a thrash riff that is equal parts metallicas hit the lights and the four horsemen and then going crazy with it,your spine has no chance,i canassure you of that,land of secret dreams is another song that hits home hard,as is the albums final track star shaped cloud,my album version has two bonus tracks that do no harm whatsoever and when this hour long journey is over you will be forgiven for pressing play again.Go on,do it!
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By alan on 14 May 2012
Format: Audio CD
Bloody awsoome what more can i say. I hope the bulldog bash get this band to play there or any biker fest as it goes. Play this band and crack open a bud and fire up your harly.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Beyond The Universe We Know 5 Sept. 2000
By H. Powell - Published on
Format: Audio CD
From the Boston-esque boogie of "The Astral Project" to the mellow but haunting guitar outro of "Star Shaped Cloud", this CD rocks hard. It will be evident to any listener with even a passing familiarity with hard rock that Orange Goblin owe a heavy debt to Black Sabbath: the chunky riffings build a crushing wall of sound that is broken here and there by softer guitar interludes; every where there are admonitions against mankind's brutal treatment of Mother Earth (and himself); there are even the trademark Ozzy "come ons" and "alright nows". But Orange Goblin are their own animal...they admirably attempt to develop their own sound by synthesizing their British influences (inc. Cream, Pink Floyd, and many others) and the results are incredible. To be sure, there are plenty of stoner anthems here ("Magic Carpet", "Song of the Purple Mushroom Fish", etc.), but OG are not just another weed band; their pagan spirituality and love of Tolkien (listen to "Lothlorien" and "Saruman's Dream") give most of the songs a deeper meaning and sincerity. This CD is so good that it's difficult to choose a favorite track! Thank the Gods that SOMEBODY out there still knows how to make REAL ROCK records.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Orange Goblin -"Frequencies From Planet Ten". 15 Nov. 2003
By Simon R. Sansom - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I had heard and read intriguing things about this U.K. group, but had not had the pleasure of actually listening to them until quite recently, and I was NOT disappointed. Check out these tracks - 'Saruman's Wish", "Land of Secret Dreams", "Orange Goblin",,,aww heck, the whole thing's actually quite good. I've heard it classified as "stoner rock", but I think that might a term more commonly in use in the U.K.. If you like HEAVY-duty, fuzzy, Sabbath-inspired, retro-style space-metal with wild and spacey lyrics, you will LOVE these guys. The band is obviously very talented. I'd love to hear them played on North American radio more commonly. Makes METALLICA sound like whiney babies.Cheers!Simon
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
orange goblin,s awesome [psychedelic space metal debut frequencies!! 9 July 2010
By Paul Mcguinn - Published on
Format: Audio CD
orange goblin came out with this great debut in goblin rocks!!they have been called space metal and stoner rock which is a good description.this debut is really good.when i first heard it i loved it!orange goblin reminds me of a very psychedelic version of metallica with some definite black sabbath influence.this album is one of their best releases.i just ordered the second album by goblin called time traveling blues that should be good judging by this debut album.for me the great cuts on this album are;land of secret dreams[check out the wierd trippy vocals],the aquatic fanatic,saruman,s wish,the song of the purple mushroom fish[nice hallucinogenic title]star shaped cloud,magic carpet and orange goblin and finally lothorian.if you like bands like sabbath and metallica and a sort of mixture of those two bands styles then orange goblin is defineatly well worth checking out.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
An A- album from an A- band 4 April 2013
By KARL - Published on
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Orange Goblin are British, and they boast Sabbath+Zepp+Purple sound as backbone, which is all good. Also they incorporate some Kyuss (well, who doesn't) and at times a little Monster Magnet, too. For the time it came out is very good, but not completely outstanding. It is their first. All songs are good, not 1 bad song. The production is quite bad, though. What I don't like about it in particular is the way they recorder the drums, which is by using trigger. Maybe the sound engineer thought he'd give the album that metallic touch; but it makes the whole album sound just like a band who recorded in the wrong studio. It is as if Slayer recorded in a studio that specializes in classical music, if I render the idea.

In any case it is an enjoyable album, quite different from their following outputs.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Heavy Sabbath Inspired Riffage.... 9 Aug. 2002
By "The Woj" - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Praise the Lord & play it loud! .....there are still bands out there that can flat out rock with no hopes of ever getting on MTV or VH-1 "behind the corporate music". Very Black Sabbath "Volume IV" inspired with a dose of psych-rock for good measure. The best Goblin album for your first purchase. But to save on shipping & really start a stoner collection, go for the triple play today...Fu Manchu, Queens Of The Stone Age & Orange Goblin!
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