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Third Power Persecution
03 :28
02
Thunder & Roses White Lace & Strange
03 :13
03
The Hook Dimples
02 :52
04
The Power Of Zeus It Couldn't Be Me
03 :51
05
Banchee John Doe
04 :32
06
Brother Fox And The Tar Baby Steel Dog Man
03 :46
07
The Lemonade Charade Hideaway Of Your Love
02 :24
08
Genesis Angeline
02 :52
09
Blue Mountain Eagle Loveless Lives
03 :33
10
Mount Rushmore Someone Else's Games
04 :35
11
The Illinois Speed Press Get In The Wind
02 :57
12
The Fields Bide My Time
03 :18
13 03 :30
14
Eden's Children Knocked Out
03 :14
15 04 :21
16
Underbeat Darkness
02 :59
17
The Yellow Payges I'm Am A N
05 :04
18
Lincoln Street Exit Time Has Come, Gonna Die
04 :10
19
The Uniques My Babe
02 :29
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The Fort Mudge Memorial Dump The Seventh Is Death
05 :28
ARTIST
TITLE
White Lace & Strange: Heavy Psych and Power Fuzz
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
PC 7005CD PC 7005CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/19/2007

... from the USA 68-72. 2009 repress. White Lace & Strange is comprised of rare U.S. stomp-rock from the '60s you've probably never heard before. By the end of the '60s, psychedelia was pretty much a spent force. Bands were looking for something simpler and more earthy. Crosby, Stills & Nash had gone all acoustic and harmonious, The Band had achieved a return to classic Americana, and James Taylor was showing the world you could be laid back and hip at the same time. However, not everyone wanted to ditch their fuzzboxes. Inspired by such outfits as Cream, Blue Cheer, Hendrix and the nascent Led Zeppelin, these American bands were moving out of psych into something less cosmic and far heavier. This mix of blooze rock and heavy riffing is loud and nasty but it pre-dates metal. It's pretty tripped-out, but it's not really psychedelia. It's the sound of guitar, bass and drums (and the occasional Hammond organ) just as it was meant to be -- cranked up and in your face. No frills, just power chords and stomping riffs. Stamp on that Big Muff and solo till your brain drops out. Compiled by Psychic Circle label head, Nick Saloman of The Bevis Frond.