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Tepid peppermint wonderland

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  • Audio CD (27 Oct 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: A records
  • ASIN: B001GNG41O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,448 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. All Around You (Intro)
2. Who?
3. When Jokers Attack
4. Servo
5. Open Heart Surgery
6. If Love Is The Drug
7. It Girl
8. Sailor
9. Straight Up and Down
10. Anenome
See all 16 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Nailing Honey to the Bee
2. That Girl Suicide
3. Nevertheless
4. Evergreen
5. Starcleaner
6. Let Me Stand Next To Your Flower (Live)
7. Hide And Sleek (Live)
8. In My Life
9. Mary Please
10. Talk Action = Shit
See all 22 tracks on this disc

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By NK on 26 Dec 2004
Format: Audio CD
Brian Jonestown Massacre is one of the most under rated bands in the world. This is a must for anyone who likes retro 60's, wicked guitar sounds (many songs feature three guitarist and six band members on the stage at once), excellent lyrics and a diverse sound that is a rarity is so many bands today.
BJM band that deserves a lot more attention then they have ever received and ever seen I saw them open for BRMC last year, I have been hooked. Although Anton is an eccentric character and received a bit of a bad rap from Ondi's documentary, Dig, without doubt, no one can argue the talent of a man who can play over 100 instruments and he can call out lyrics better than many popular bands that take 5 years to do their next album.
Tracks like Who, Hide and Seek, Open Heart Surgery, Nevertheless, Nailing Honey to the Bee, Starcleaner, Wisdom, Straight Up and Down are just the tip off the iceberg because when you take into account that BJM has released at least 10 albums. After you hear this, you will want to run out and buy the whole collection because this CD makes me just want to hear more and more. So technically the Best of BJM should be 5 discs long because 2 just ain't enough!
Go and get it now....
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Planet G VINE VOICE on 29 Jan 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Trying to Review “Tepid Peppermint Wonderland whilst doing it justice, and putting it in perspective is a challenging task – the two discs contain a total of 38 tracks covering the earlier years of the Brian Jonestown Massacre, Anton Newcombe’s band. I hadn’t heard of them until Christmas when my girlfriend bought me a copy of “Dig”, an extraordinary film documenting 7 years in the lives of The Dandy Warhols and Brian Jonestown Massacre. The film made me want to hear more of Anton Newcombe’s music, and “Tepid Peppermint Wonderland” is now part of my collection. From the loose psychadelic ramble of “All Around You”, the opener, to the purposeful yet haunting “If Love is the Drug”, and the almost Pixies-like overdriven lead guitars that turn “That Girl Suicide” into a complex mesh of confused emotion, there are loads of influences here. “Get you out of my life” sounds as though it could have slipped off “Exile on Main Street”, and indeed is as good as any of the tracks on that classic album, and on the closing track “Sue” Anton’s vocals sound almost Jim Morrison-like. Favourite track for me out of the 38 is a live take of “Swallow Tail”, a gorgeous melding of sparkling rhythm guitars underpinning Anton’s distinctive voice. “If you were the last Dandy” is on this album too – The Brian Jonestown Massacre’s rather bitter “tribute” to the Dandy’s, and it’s the only song on this collection not written by Anton Newcombe, although it sort of fits his style. 38 tracks on a double CD and not a single poor or dodgy track at that – which is amazing in itself.Read more ›
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 Feb 2005
Format: Audio CD
I can only recommend this album to everyone interested in psychedelic guitar music and 60ies stuff! The BJM definitely don't get the public attention they deserve but Aton Newcombe's influences on other musicians such as Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, the Dandy Warhols, the Lovetones (only to mention a few of them) are uncontested. It's a bit like with the Velvet Underground, they're not very successful in terms of CD sales but their influences stretch very very far.
This cd is a collection of the most important BJM songs in 14 years of band history, however I miss some great songs. Unfortunately there's no "going to hell", "nothing to lose" or "caress" on the album. But it's a great album anyway, so buy it an convince yourself of the greatness and uniqueness of the Brian Jonestown Massacre!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ramed on 18 Oct 2007
Format: Audio CD
Bought the album a while ago, having read many positive reviews of BJM from folks who seem to like same acts as I (Robyn Hitchcock, Guided By Voices, The Coral, Sun Dial, Dandy Warhols, Green Pajamas, Grant Lee Phillips, Apples In Stereo, Bardo Pond, Mercury Rev, The Flaming Lips, TV On The Radio etc etc.). Since then I have also listened most of the "regular" BJM albums. So.

1) Generally I don't consider myself a person that's too easy to impress. Still, I've come to the firm conclusion that Anton is a true genius indeed, whatever he is as a person. How can its band still remain relatively unknown to public, I just can't fathom.

2) BJM is NOT a bit a rehash of the psychedelic music of the 60s. It may be inspired by that psychedelia and bear the same freewheeling mood but it's a modern, fresh, original music.

3) TPW is mostly intended to be an introduction and as such it's a pretty good one indeed. Sufficient for a novice to become converted. It is also easier to find in your nearest CD shop, i.e. if you urgently need a gift it'll make an excellent one.

4) The true magic of the best BJM albums (Take It From The Man, Their Satanic Majesties 2nd Request) is their absolute coherence. They just put a spell on you and you won't want to stop listening until the end. Sounds dated but that's simply true.

5) Get this album, give a listen, spare for a friend who's still in the dark about BJM's greatness. Rush out and buy _at_least_ these three CDs: "Take It From The Man", "Their Satanic Majesties Second Request", "Strung Out In Heaven". Restricted to just a single CD, your first choice should be "Take It From The Man". But quite possibly you'll want many more.
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