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Category: Stoner/Psych Metal
Label: Napalm Records
Catalog Number: NPR 490 CD
Dave Wyndorf vocals, guitar, keyboards|
Phil Caivano guitar, bass
Bob Pantella drums, percussion
Garrett Sweeny guitar, sitar
Tim Cronin Hair Shirt, Mood Rings, Illuminations
|1. ||I Live Behind the Clouds ||4:25|
|2. ||Last Patrol ||9:23|
|3. ||Three Kingfishers ||4:33|
|4. ||Paradise ||4:31|
|5. ||Hallelujah ||4:13|
|6. ||Mindless Ones ||5:30|
|7. ||The Duke of Supernature ||4:59|
|8. ||End of Time ||7:45|
|9. ||Stay Tuned ||5:54|
|10. ||Strobe Light Beatdown Bonus Track ||4:26|
|11. ||One Dead Moon Bonus Track ||5:19|
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:58|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: November 4, 2013 at 19:29|
|Way stripped down from the over-the-top bombast of Dopes To Infinity and Power Trip, my two favorite Monster Magnet albums. There aren't the big fist-pumping anthems like "Space Lord" or "Negasonic Teenage Warhead," and Dave Wyndorf knows it, says he's getting too old for such. But he sells himself a bit short, as there are some rockin' tunes on Last Patrol, like "Hallelujah," "Mindless Ones," 'End Of Time" and the title track. And there's plenty of trippy, psychedelic stuff going on, weird vocal and guitar effects, like the intro to "Mindless Ones," and the transition of "End Of Time" into "Stay Tuned." The disc opens in a suririsingly mellow mode with the brooding, ominous "I Live Behind The Clouds," and then other songs have sitar, bongos, congas ... It's just an engrossing listen, even without the testosterone overload of the '90's. And Wydorf's lyrics, as always, are a trip.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: November 4, 2013 at 19:32|
|And the bonus track "One Dead Moon" is the closest thing this band has done to a power ballad, a real surprise, but not without some tongue-in-cheek, bitter humor.
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