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ARTIST
TITLE
Nataraja Da Nada
FORMAT
LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
PL 001LP PL 001LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
4/5/2010

Warehouse find of this relic from 1989. Hard ass Texas psych/biker rock, with incredible "spiritual tangents" and a pretty cool overload of general stupidity and blabber. Includes insert. "It sounds like the missing link between Sky Saxon & James Brown, with a thick redneck accent to boot. The lyrics are obscure, but what I pick up spells 'L'-'S'-'D'. About halfway through the track the trio takes off for the Andromeda Galaxy, a 10-minute space guitar jam with echoes of Manuel Gottsching and Terry Brooks, before Rameshwar the vocalist reappears to send a final transmission back to the Solar system. Whew! No coincidence they called their recording shack 'The Sponge' - there must have been liquid acid running down the walls in there. Over on the reverse side is 'The oracle speaks', another 24-minute trip which I'm pretty certain was recorded in a lysergic state - there's no other way to explain the strange wave-like in/out-of synch drumming. Beginning with ghostly whispers of Sanskrit the piercing Voice appears again to intone the LP title, before setting off on a bizarre imitation of rootsy garage rock interspersed with crude acid guitar leads.... A conceptual tribal basement acid space guitar trip that is as good as anything I've heard from a modern - as I believe them to be - psych band... heads who enjoy Ya Ho Wha 13 LPs can find comfort in the fact that there were freaks as flipped out as Yod's guys 15 years later, right in the middle of the Reagan-Bush American heartland." -- Acid Archives. Last copies.