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Monolithic Baby!

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Category: Acid Rock

Year: 2004

Label: SPV/Steamhammer

Catalog Number: SPV 085-69432 CD

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Personnel
Bob Pantella Drums
Dave Wyndorf Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards
Ed Mundell Guitar
Jim Baglino Bass
Tracks
1.  Slut Machine  3:28
2.  Supercruel  3:40
3.  On the Verge  5:54
4.  Unbroken (Hotel Baby)  3:42
5.  Radiation Day  4:56
6.  Monolithic  4:39
7.  The Right Stuff  4:32
8.  There's No Way Out of Here  4:10
9.  Master of Light  4:45
10.  Too Bad  3:33
11.  Ultimate Everything  7:26
12.  CNN War Theme  3:35
13.  King of Mars 2004 Bonus Track  4:27
14.  Venus in Furs Bonus Track  4:51  Cover: The Velvet Underground
  
Total Running Time:  63:38

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 7, 2015 at 11:11
Monster Magnet bounces back after the strangely mellow God Says No. Partly, anyway. Monolithic, Baby!, as the title suggests, tries to bring back the force and boot-to-the-head wallop of Powertrip, so the big, fat power chords are back, and the electronic beats are rolled back. First single "Unbroken (Hotel Baby)" is prime Magnet-style sleaze, Wyndorf channeling his inner Gene Simmons. The first half of the disc is all pretty good, although "Slut Machine" starts things off with an off-kilter beat that you can't stomp to. Things get a little weird in the latter half, with some more bexperimental stuff like "Master Of Light" and "Ultimate Everything," but it all sounds like Monster Magnet. Lyrically, Dave is in fine form, still obsessed with sex and sorcery, but, increasingly, it seems like his lecherous lines are more veiled social commentary (see the title track or "On The Verge"). It's like what you might find if you ate 'shrooms and stared at a porno mag under a blacklight. Really, t

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 7, 2015 at 11:13
Really, the only thing keeping this disc from rising to near the same level as Powertrip is that the songs aren't as catchy overall. There's no "Crop Circle," "Temple Of Your Dreams," "Tractor" and certainly no "Space Lord." "The Right Stuff" is a Hawkwind song, and "No Way Out Of Here" is also a cover, originally done by someone whose name escapes me at the moment.


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