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Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. It is a heavy rock band from japan in the early seventies. Very good songs, well inspired, like Black Sabbath and a kick of psychedelic stuff. An obscured band who was underestimated, however, it is surprisily agressive and well played. Like Japanese Black Sabbath. One person found this helpful.
I bought this based on the 2 reviews here, and my opinion is a little different. I consider an album that "shreds" something else. I think the most this has going for it is the fact that it is Japanese guys singing in Engrish.
You can easily hear their accent, so its kinda campy in that regard. Its cool that they learned English and made an album in a second language. I think this album is great for collectors who like offbeat, different material that has something kitschy about it..
Quality of recording is OK at best.. Drums sound small like a little teeny drum set way in the back, and the kick drum is virtually nonexistent. Clear vocals although the singer is not strong in my opinion.
One thing for sure.. Kick ass guitar work.. I can't believe that I just barely discovered this album! It was first released in don't believe the review that says it was released in , before Black Sabbath, because this band didn't even form until , the year after Black Sabbath released their first album.
It sounds extremely similar to Black Sabbath's first two albums, which is awesome. The quality of the music is excellent, almost as good as Black Sabbath. There, among the album's awesomely grinding, groaning dinosaur stomps one finds the acid-trip apocalypse of "Atomic Bombs Away," the incendiary full-band catharsis of "Just I Was Born," and the endless sequence of Godzilla-esque power chords and elephantine feedback of the epic title track.
However, nestled among these, there is also the relative variety provided by token blues-rocker "Mississippi Mountain Blues" clearly inspired by Flower Travellin' Band 's own "Louisiana Blues," released the previous year , the extended jazz and blues improvisations of the mostly mellower "Sorrow" something of a bridge between Sabbath and Budgie!
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