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Sgt. Pepper, eat your heart out!!! (and tremble,baby!),
This review is from: Haunted: PSYCHEDELIC PSTONES II (Audio CD)II bought this album a few months ago and I love it even more now than at first. The standout tracks i consider to be the title track 'Haunted' by Peter Thorogood, both Orange Machine tracks
(superior covers of 'Tomorrow' songs),'Valley of the Shadow of Love' by Tuesday's Children, Consortium's totally OTT 'The day the Train Never Came' and The Onyx 'So sad Inside.'
Out of the 28 tracks i liked 21 very much. It was a revelation to
the majority of tracks are jolly, whimsical and full of spangled
I reccommend anyone who enjoys the silly psych. Beatle songs
Also you may like to check out the 'Tommorrow' CD which has the original (and frankly, not very good) versions of '3 Jolly little dwarfs' on it, and 'Real Life Permanent Dream'. But there
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Initial post: 25 May 2010 07:51:41 BDT
Lewis Dye says:
Sgt Pepper analogy is ludicrous. Thorogood's "Haunted" is a great track, the rest is mostly dross.
Posted on 8 Nov 2012 21:18:32 GMT
Hi miss L.
Ive been checkin out your reviews and am amazed to see someone who's favourites are practically identical with my own. ( Rubble,Ripples,Left Banke,Zombies etc )
Just in case you dont own them already,I cannot recommend The Millenium album "Begin " and the self titled album by Gandalf highly enough.I'd bet serious money that you will love them both. Stay Cool !
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