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Top Customer Reviews
I'd say that this album will be revered by a certain type of discerning listener who's been dying to have their head pummelled by some psychedelic noise maniacs for some time.
If you happen to enjoy this record might I recommend their previous album 'Field Recordings from the Sun' which is just as refreshingly chaotic.
If you don't like it.....sorry.
I can also recommend the latest from them 'Avatar'
Comets on Fire should appeal to anyone who digs any of the following: The Stooges (especially side 2 of Fun House), Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band, the more primal Led Zep (Achilles Last Stand or parts of the BBC Sessions), Cream, pre-Dark Side-Floyd, Blue Cheer, Mudhoney, Rocket from the Tombs, Lift to Experience,White Heaven, Royal Trux,Kyuss, or Jimi. It's a pretty wide remit here, but you'll know when you press play & the 7-minute plus 'The Bee & the Cracking Egg' kicks in; any notion that the Libertines or The Ordinary Boys or White Stripes or [insert here] are the future of music will just sound like a joke. The Comets ostensibly sound like loads of bands before, but manage at the same time to sound completely fresh: what gives?
This is primal head music- spacerock meets garage-punk, a wonderful balance between full-on-rockouts (with screaming vocals to rival Nick Cave in Birthday Party-mode or David Yow from The Jesus Lizard) & instrumentals (many emphasising More/Obscured by Clouds-style organ). Blue Cathedral is a complete trip & puts Kyuss' classic Blues from the Red Sun in context (a great LP, just the vocals are too metal, man!!!). Some of the instrumentals veer off into Kraut-ville, bands like Faust & Harmonia seem pertinent. Already this is contender for best LP of 2004 - & it's been a great year for records too.Read more ›