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At times Stoner , always progressive and often psychedelic.
on 22 March 2002
From the cover artwork alone, it's clear that this is something a little different. Indeed, a little special. This 16-track debut album from the Seattle power trio immediately establishes them as contenders in the big league. Fusing Led Zeppelin, Jane's Addiction, Sabbath, Bowie & Floyd, their music is mesmerising, poetic, mystical while maintianing its own individuality and style. Guitar playing is superb, with catchy riffs and soaring solos in equal measure (just how it should be). At times Stoner, at other grunge, always progressive and often psychedelic, GPF encourages you to open your mind to Anyone!
Stand Out tracks:
"Whole World's Insane"
"Don't Wake Me"