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Monster Magnet

Mastermind

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Category: Acid Rock

Year: 2010

Label: Napalm Records

Catalog Number: NPR 336

Average Rating: 80 / 100 (1 rating)

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Personnel
Dave Wyndorf Vocals
Ed Mundell Guitar
Phil Caivano Guitar
Jim Baglino Bass
Bob Pantella Drums
Tracks
1.  Hallucination Bomb  5:27
2.  Bored with Sorcery  4:02
3.  Dig That Hole  5:34
4.  Gods and Punks  5:32
5.  The Titan Who Cried Like a Baby  3:36
6.  Mastermind  5:08
7.  100 Million Miles  5:01
8.  Perish in Fire  4:42
9.  Time Machine  5:30
10.  When the Planes Fall from the Sky  5:46
11.  Ghost Story  5:20
12.  All Outta Nothin'  4:29
13.  Watch Me Fade Bonus Track  3:05
14.  Fuzz Pig Bonus Track  3:13
  
Total Running Time:  66:25

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 4, 2017 at 12:10
By this point, Monster Magnet appeared on the decline: lost their deal with a major, the last member of the Dopes To Infinity lineup leaves (Mundell is listed above but I didn't think he played on Mastermind, or the one before for that matter), Wyndorf overdoses, spends time in a mental institution, and puts out the lackluster 4-Way Diablo. And then, like the true space lord motherfucker that he is, Uncle Dave comes roaring back with some of the best Monster Magnet songs since Powertrip. Lots of big riffs ("Gods And Punks"), thundering rhythms ("100 Million Miles Away"), interstellar freakouts ("Bored With Sorcery"), and lyrical genius (nearly every song).

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 4, 2017 at 12:33
A couple things to jump out at me: was 2010 the year of the bass intro? Because it seems like half of the twelve songs start with fuzzy, gnarly four-string action. Also, the album tails off a bit toward the end, as the last two or three songs are the weakest. Wyndorf is at his lunatic best with the lyrics, but now his sex and sci-fi poetry is now colored by noticeable shades of regret, whether he's mourning the loss of a relationship ("Ghost Story"), his creativity ("All Outta Nothin'") or his youth ("Time Machine"). But the message is ultimately positive, as he counsels himself, and us too: "Get along, little doggie, get on / No one else is gonna sing your song / You can fuck recovery cuz you're already gone."


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