|Artist:||Glitter Wizard||Added:||Nov 2011|
|Add Date:||2016-07-11||Pull Date:||2016-09-11|
|Week Ending:||Sep 4||Aug 28||Aug 21||Aug 14||Aug 7||Jul 31||Jul 24||Jul 17|
|Add Date:||2011-11-06||Pull Date:||2011-12-25||Charts:||Loud|
|Week Ending:||Dec 11||Dec 4||Nov 27||Nov 20||Nov 13|
|1.||Sep 15, 2016:||The Library
|4.||Aug 24, 2016:||a strange pursuit
|2.||Sep 03, 2016:||Music Casserole
|5.||Aug 24, 2016:||The Library
|3.||Aug 25, 2016:||a strange pursuit
|6.||Aug 18, 2016:||a strange pursuit
(note: we are using the original 2011 CD as the promo in the interest of space - thanks to D Cannibal for the original review; I reviewed this before I realized what was going on here)
1)* (3:29) head noddin rockin deep purple feel with tritone nod to sabbath 2) (6:03) FCCS big classic rock feel, gallop 3) (3:03) garage feel in the organ and upbeat driving, funny mean lyrics 4) (2:37) dark scary rock feel 5) (2:49) upbeat fun freaky psyche feel (did the guitar lead just riff Hwy Star?) 6)* (7:21) total driving glammy classic rock psyche complete with proggy flute and sax 7)* (7:19) prog feel how it goes double time after riff heavy noddin, organ and drums add to prog 8)* (6:10) sax in this drivin upbeat rocker that goes off the rails
FCCS on 2 and 3
(Yet another D. Cannibal review with no track highlights because every single song is fucking awesome)
1. (3:29) Pretty much sets the stage for how fucking awesome this record is. Hawkwind + Sabbath + euphoria
2. (6:03) Aggressive, hard rockin’, blues with amps at 11. FCC “shit”
3. (3:03) Unbelievably catchy blues-rock boogie with Blue Cheer meets Motorhead distortion. FCC “kiss my ass”
4. (2:37) Snotty midpaced punk rawk with cheap synth and organ
5. (2:49) Goofy garage rock organ with some major-key (yep, there’s the curveball) hard rockin’ beneath it. Deteriorates into a delightfully messy psych jam.
6. (7:21) Another upbeat track, yet somehow still dark and metallic. If Jim Morrison had lived to ’73 and ended up in the same castle where Sabbath was recording “Sabbath Bloddy Sabbath”, or if Tony Iommi had stayed permanently in Jethro Tull—totally irresistible prog rock bliss!
7. (7:19) Groovy psych rock/metal anti-war jam at various tempos. Just how self-aware is the Sabbath influence? They even use the phrase “war pigs”—though other parts sound like Saint Vitus at 45 or the Grateful Dead with overdriven amps.
8. (6:10) Upbeat power pop about having fun in the summer with organ, sax, synth, and yes—the guitars still with a stoner-rock tone.
|3.||I Don't Like You||7.||Warsawng|