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Seed of Decades
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Category: Stoner Blues Metal
Label: Spitfire Records
Catalog Number: SPITCD051
Daniel Kerzwick vocals, Mandolin, Congas|
Joe Selby guitar
Rev. James Forrester bass
C.J. Duekhart Iii drums, percussion
Jean-Paul Gaster Additional drums, percussion
Angela Fallon Additional backing vocals
Neil Fallon Additional backing vocals
Paula De Luca Additional backing vocals
Dan Harris Additional keyboards
|1. ||Fear Death by Water ||4:36|
|2. ||Seed of Decades ||4:02|
|3. ||Poor Robert Henry ||5:40|
|4. ||Devil in the Details Part 1 ||2:27|
|5. ||Devil in the Details Part 2 ||3:46|
|6. ||Low Earth Orbit ||4:17|
|7. ||One More Time ||2:40|
|8. ||Roll the Stone ||3:33|
|9. ||Red Colony ||6:16|
|10. ||Rumor Den ||3:39|
|11. ||Stone's Throw Away ||5:37|
|12. ||Busy Dying ||4:44|
|13. ||New Trip ||6:07|
|14. ||I've Been Down ||4:36|
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|Total Running Time:|| 62:00|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 23, 2013 at 19:30|
|Even for the catchall subgenre stoner metal, Sixty Watt Shaman throw a bit of acurveball, combining the expected sludgy-psychedelic Sabbath/Zeppelin influences with an equal dose of deep blues. Bass is very prominent in the mix, and is played like a guitar, rather than just keeping time or following the six-stringers that it almost drowns out. Vocals are melodic but very raspy, with lyrics that are often mystical and inscrutable, and then you get a song like "Poor Robert Henry" or "Busy Dying." I've heard comparisons to Clutch and Down, but to me, Sixty Watt Shaman were unique, and while I prefer next album, Seed Of Decades is well worth the listen.
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