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stoperithorio

12 Apr
Published in Song of 2day

Following a bit of feedback, the earth-shattering riff that kicks off "Teen Dusthead" is an immediate indicator that Acid King are absolutely not fucking around on their followup EP to 1995's Zoroaster. The guitar tone hear is as meaty as a nice porterhouse, further cementing Acid King's status as stoner metal rather than stoner rock.

11 Apr
Published in Song of 2day

Pärson Sound was one of the earliest and most radical experimental rock bands of Sweden and the nucleus of a lineup that went on to become International Harvester, Harvester, and eventually, Träd, Gräs och Stenar.

10 Apr
Published in Song of 2day

In 1982, hot on the heels of their new album English Settlement, it seemed as if the world might belong to the Swindon-born band XTC. Songwriters Andy Partridge and Colin Moulding had been playing together for a decade, part of the glam scene of the early ’70s, then mutating through punk and new wave to forge a sound and genre not quite like any other group’s. “Senses Working Overtime,” a single from that album, charted internationally, making the UK top 10 and earning wide airplay in Europe, North America, and Australia.

08 Apr
Published in Song of 2day

A massive song from The Who. The intro grumbles like a ticking bomb, with Moon's sledgehammer drums echoing all over the background, (I doubt there have been more drumbeats in a single pop - rock song than Moon hits here), the backing vocals on the chorus invoke the infinity of the title.

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