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Intelligent psychedelic garage,
This review is from: Long Ears in Space (Audio CD)
A band that might failed commercially, but it left this behind to show where it had been. There’s a little bit of punk, a little bit of folk, little bit of pop and quite a lot of fuzz. There’s a lovely Floyd-like psychedelic drone present too. The production has a tight, slightly sparse feel and it is musically competent, witness the superb Beatles cover. The lyrics are of the time, but no worse for it, and often hit the spot dead centre. This is no band with one or two decent songs, they have a whole songbook. Why aren’t they on compilations?