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Descrizione prodotto
(2016/Sundazed) 7 tracks. The Litter's follow up album to the fabulous godlike '67 longplayer, 'Distortions', '$100 Fine' ranks as one of its era's masterpieces. From the ultra-explosive album opener, 'Mindbreaker' (where the Distortions sound now takes on Blue Cheer-like heaviosity) to the LP's epic finale; a nine-minute, ambitiously retooled 'She's Not There. In a tradition established on Distortions, The Litter again prove they were the most totally inspired - no, make that totally English-inspired - cover band to invade a US recording studio. $100 Fine includes exceptional covers of Jeff Beck ('Tally Man'), newcomers Procol Harum ('Kaleidoscope'), and last but certainly most obscure, a cover of 'Here I Go Again' by Eire Apparent. But what separates $100 Fine from its predecessor is the emergence of original material, from the 'Fresh Cream'-style harmonica wailer 'Blues One' to heavier psychedelic fare like '(Under the Screaming Double) Eagle.' For further enticement, we should mention everything is drenched in double-tracked, screaming fuzz from Midwest guitar legend Tom 'Zip' Caplan. Unfairly rare but now rescued by Sundazed...and sounding exactly like it should. Play It Loud!

Medium 1
Mindbreaker
Tallyman
Here I Go Again
Morning Sun
(Under the Screaming Double) Eagle
Apologies to 2069
Kaleidoscope
Blues One
She's Not There

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Dettagli prodotto
Marchio: SUNDAZED
Produttore: Sundazed
Editore: Sundazed
SKU/MPN/Model: SLP5504
Codice(i) EAN: 0090771550415
Codice(i) UPC: 090771550415
Peso articolo: 340g
Genere: Rock - Death Metal
Artista(i): The Litter
Numero di dischi: 1

(2016/Sundazed) 7 tracks. The Litter's follow up album to the fabulous godlike '67 longplayer, 'Distortions', '$100 Fine' ranks as one of its era's masterpieces. From the ultra-explosive album opener, 'Mindbreaker' (where the Distortions sound now takes on Blue Cheer-like heaviosity) to the LP's epic finale; a nine-minute, ambitiously retooled 'She's Not There. In a tradition established on Distortions, The Litter again prove they were the most totally inspired - no, make that totally English-inspired - cover band to invade a US recording studio. $100 Fine includes exceptional covers of Jeff Beck ('Tally Man'), newcomers Procol Harum ('Kaleidoscope'), and last but certainly most obscure, a cover of 'Here I Go Again' by Eire Apparent. But what separates $100 Fine from its predecessor is the emergence of original material, from the 'Fresh Cream'-style harmonica wailer 'Blues One' to heavier psychedelic fare like '(Under the Screaming Double) Eagle.' For further enticement, we should mention everything is drenched in double-tracked, screaming fuzz from Midwest guitar legend Tom 'Zip' Caplan. Unfairly rare but now rescued by Sundazed...and sounding exactly like it should. Play It Loud!

Medium 1
Mindbreaker
Tallyman
Here I Go Again
Morning Sun
(Under the Screaming Double) Eagle
Apologies to 2069
Kaleidoscope
Blues One
She's Not There

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