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Dopes To Infinity
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Category: Acid Rock
Label: A&M Records
Catalog Number: 540 315
Dave Wyndorf Vocals, Guitar|
Ed Mundell Guitar
Joe Calandra Bass
Jon Kleimann Drums
|1. ||Dopes To Infinity ||5:44|
|2. ||Negasonic Teenage Warhead ||4:28|
|3. ||Look To Your Orb for the Warning ||6:32|
|4. ||All Friends and Kingdom Come ||5:38|
|5. ||Ego, the Living Planet ||5:07|
|6. ||Blow 'Em Off ||3:48|
|7. ||Third Alternative ||8:33|
|8. ||I Control, I Fly ||3:19|
|9. ||King of Mars ||4:34|
|10. ||Dead Christmas ||3:55|
|11. ||Theme from "Masterburner" ||5:07|
|12. ||Vertigo ||5:41|
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|Total Running Time:|| 62:26|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 24, 2013 at 22:36|
|Most folks seem to name this one as their favorite Monster Magnet album, and although I prefer Powertrip, Dopes To Infinity probably is the best representation of everything the band does. You have the title track, "Negasonic Teenage Warhead," and "King Of Mars," with their big riffs and choruses, and then you have songs like "Third Alternative," "Vertigo," and "Ego, The Living Planet," with their trippy, acid-fried moments. "BLow 'Em Off" is a weirdly melodic, acoustic number, just to keep you guessing. I dig it. In 1995, before the whole "stoner-rock" fad, there weren't many bands doing what Wyndorf and Co. were doing, so it was neat, and one of the ballsiest records out there at the time, from the U.S. anyway.
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