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Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (1 Jan 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Cosmosodomistic
  • ASIN: B000AANW78
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 398,905 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Rock Savage
2. I Got Love
3. Love Will Conquer All
4. Northern Boy
5. You're My Girl
6. Nowhere
7. Let It Fall
8. I Don't Like It
9. Who's That Girl
10. California
11. Alice (Bonus Track)
12. Hog Mama (Bonus Track)
13. Love Will Conquer All (Radio Mix) (Bonus Track)

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4.0 out of 5 stars Zodiac mutates 19 May 2006
By M. Dyer
Format:Audio CD
After a couple of CDs where he seemed to be aiming for the title of heaviest loudest and least subtle rocker on the planet The Prime Mover returns and this time... well he's Iggy Pop! Not early Stooges style Iggy but the more recent crooning melancholy Ig.

There are still some of the way over the top "sexist" lyrics of the last few Zodiac albums (Love Will Conquer All), but tracks like Northern Boy are straightforwardly sentimental (surprising from the drooling Rock-beast that is Mark Manning although he could always lose his heart to a Planet Girl).

Cobalt is still the greatest ROCK guitarist alive and makes bloody glorious riffs sound perfect and easy.

I like it, but as usual with Zodiac these days don't expect to fall to Earth in a Cadillac drawn by swans, the Spark Lord doesn't live here anymore.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Still taking this one in... 5 Jan 2006
By Metal Pete - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I'm a longtime Zody fan so I was stoked to get this one pretty quick after it came out. It starts off with a solo from Cobalt Stargazer that is...pretty? Seriously, it sounds great, and you wonder what Zody and the boys have in store after it. The next track is the album title, and it is sleazy and catchy, albeit short. The track after it is good too, and you start to realize that Cobalt really shines on this record. The hit here is "Love Conquers All". Zody put some time into this one and offers some great lyrics that fans will appreciate. He also varies his vocal delivery a bit in one part, and it enhances the song. After that one, he goes right into "Northern Boy". I am not sure what to say. I think this one could be/will be on the radio, and at this point one realizes this is one of their most commercial efforts yet. But if you appreciate the songs 'Meanstreak' and "Kidstuff' you will love it.

The choruses are (yes, choruses--there are background singers of different types on this one and it works, nicely) sweeping and draw you in. I have to say this record surprised me in that it is not totally what I expected from Zody, after the brutally hard, sleazy and satisfying "I AM ROCK" cd. with that one it is like Zodiac was on a crazed drinking/drug binge and out of a bad breakup. ON this one it sounds like maybe he married a playboy playmate, because that pure mean-ness takes a real punch on this one...it is not here save for a few tracks (which I find to be my favorites, go figure). Anyway, it's good to hear them again and they sound especially good musically, just don't expect another "Tatooed-Beat Messiah" or "I AM ROCK". This one goes in a newer direction which should delight many but I forwarn the less open-minded hardcore fans of yesteryear...it's more catchy than sleazy! There is no "Christmas Eve on the Reiperbahn" or "F***ed by Rock" on this disc.

NOTE: You'll love the bass player's name.
3.0 out of 5 stars Not too bad...... 7 Jan 2008
By WHAT ABOUT A LEFTY - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Production is not good, Drums too low, Guitars sometimes too high and not in a good way. But Zody as always is right on. OK songs, Good playing, But for the hardcore fan only. Some people say this CD is whimpy, I don't think so, You like the songs but just wish they had put more effort into recording.. Sounds like a weekend warrior demo.. But still; Their worst stuff is still better than most best. I'm just happy that their still making music and Zody's still a pervert with a golden heart....
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