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Tattva: The Best of Kula Shaker CD
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I have always enjoyed this psychedelic rock band's unique sound, which is a combination of then fashionable Britpop/rock, and Italian flavoured music. Although their sound is original, there are strong similarities to The Beatles, Jimmy Hendrix, early Deep Purple and Pink Floyd.
Whenever I listen to the landmark 'K' album, its always a great experience, like going on a journey, and best played in it's entirety. In my opinion, apart from few exceptions, it contains most of the band's best songs, including the hits 'Govinda', which is perhaps the most psychedelic track on here, the brilliant 'Tattva', and 'Hey Dude', which has a killer-riff. The cool rocker 'Knight On The Town', and the simple yet beautiful Beatles-like 'Start All Over' weren't singles, but if they had been I imagine they would have gone onto become big hits also.
The two-disc set is rather basically packaged, but still comes with a skimpy booklet containing a brief biography with information taken from the official Kula Shaker website, as well as a nice colour photograph.Read more ›
Text notes are scarce and there is only one (mediocre) picture of the band, no covers of albums or singles. Most possibly it's some "semi official" (though legit) recording.
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But the inlay reminded me why Kula Shaker never got too famous. Man, they were an instantly dislikeable and ugly bunch were they not? Read morePublished on 27 Sept. 2009 by Sir Bob
This is taking the mick. The 'best' of Kula Shaker? Shouldn't it be a 7inch single?
5 years after the last 'best of', guess what??? Yeah, another best of. Read more