Even Hell Has Its Heroes

It’s been a bit of a busy few weeks – music and music have been taking up my time.  Not too much record spinning, though (say what, now?) … mostly listening to stuff on the move.  However, a few weeks ago I made time to have a wee look at records.  Intention was to buy the new Duke Garwood album, but I spotted Earth’s Primitive and Deadly right at the front of the ‘metal’ section with a nice big £20 sticker on it.  I couldn’t ignore it.
earthIt was, of course, one of my favourite albums last year, so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to own this marvellous piece of psychedelic doom on vinyl.  Besides the tremendous artwork I needed to hear the vinyl only bonus track (Badger’s Bane).  As you would expect, it’s utterly magnificent.

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  1. Really loved the Earth record from last year. Can’t remember the name of it. Before that I wasn’t all the knowledgeable about ’em. Great stuff. This one looks quite lovely.

    I’d recommend Eternal Tapestry’s ‘Wild Strawberries’. Big and vast psych stuff. Like a soundtrack to some crazy 70s sci fi movie. Maybe you can stream it somewhere.

    Anyways, happy spinning!

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    1. This is the one. It sounds great on vinyl and the Badger’s Bane is quite something – long droning passages and static.

      I’ll get Wild Strawberries added to the (ever expanding) list. Sounds pretty awesome!

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