PSICO BR Disco e Posters Psicodélicos

sábado, 27 de dezembro de 2008

FÉRIAS - VACATION


ESTOU DE FÉRIAS POR 7 DIAS - I AM OF VACATION FOR 7 DAYS!! EM BREVE VOLTO A POSTAR NO BLOG!! SOON I COME BACK THE POSTR IN THE BLOG!! 2009 PROMETE MUITOS VENENOS!! 2009 PROMISE MANY POISONS!! ATÉ A VOLTA!! UNTIL THE RETURN!! OS VENENOS VOLTARÃO COM MAIS FORÇA!! THE POISONS WILL COME BACK WITH MORE FORCE!!

segunda-feira, 15 de dezembro de 2008

REQUEST: Bulldog Breed - Made In England (1969 UK Psych Rock)


BANDA OBSCURA QUE FAZIA UM PSYCHEDELIC ROCK MUITO BOM!! EM ALGUMAS FAIXAS HÁ UMA CERTA SEMELHANÇA COM PINK FLOYD EM SUA FASE MAIS PSICODÉLICA!! O BATERISTA LOUIS FARRELL PARTICIPOU DA BANDA GUN, E MUITOS MEMBROS DO BULLDOG BREED TOCARAM NA BANDA PLEASE!! O GUITARRISTA KEITH CROSS E O BAIXISTA BERNIE JINKS DEPOIS DO FIM DA BULLDOG BREED VIRIAM A FORMAR A BOA BANDA T2, PORTANTO, TRATA-SE DE INTEGRANTES RENOMADOS E COM "PEDIGREE"!! EXCELENTE VENENO INGLÊS!!

Finally here is the official edition of this classic '60's UK psych/prog album from the DECCA master tapes! Originally released in 1969 on Deram this album sounds really ahead of the progressive game on certain tracks like "Broomstick Ride" whilst "Friday Hill" is a beautiful psychedelic number. This really is a late '60's period piece that deserves more attention. The band included future Gun/Please members and finally evolved into T2 very soon after the recording of the album. A Pre T2 / Gun UK psych masterpiece. Features new sleevenotes photos plus bonus tracks (the rare "Halo In My Hair"/ "Portcullis Gate").

There is no way on earth now that some corporate monolith would give a motley bunch of south London teenage longhairs the keys to the studio and a big wodge of cash, saying “go on lads, do what you like.” Yet that's exactly what Decca did in 1969 to these fortunate 16 to 19 year olds, and were rewarded with possibly the most preposterous debut single ever released on a major label: Bulldog Breed’s ‘Halo In My Hair’ (b/w ‘Portcullis Gate’), included here as bonus tracks on the reissue of the band’s only album, Made in England.

‘Halo’ is a fantastic freak-beat rave-up replete with a ton of fuzz and a truly bizarre cyclic percussion/keyboard refrain that hammers itself into your brain until you run round the room screaming “What in the name of fuck is making that noise?” ‘Portcullis Gate, on the other hand, sounds truly like nothing else, Pounding, repetitive drums and filtered guitars lead into an astoundingly foolish lyric concerning madness, ancient battles and the underbelly of the psychedelic dream, bellowed out by a man with so much speed in his bloodstream that he can barely force his teeth apart to sing. Lovely.

The rest of the album is just as schizophrenic, and seems to come from that same place as earlier groups like The Yardbirds (post-Clapton) and The Misunderstood, the tracks still pop song short, but drenched in phasing and filtering, unhinged fuzztone and bizarre instrumentation. There are none of the 20-minute solos you’d expect from London in 1969 (or from the bands that sprung out of Bulldog Breed, Gun and the utterly prog-tastic T2) – just a bunch of Mods who’d discovered acid but couldn't put away the Purple Hearts and wanted to cram every single idea they had into perfectly formed three-minute epics.

They didn’t always succeed; but when they did the results were quite something, from the two-chord Detroit style ramalama of ‘Reborn’ to the flute-spangled psychedelic wonderment of ‘AustinOsmanSpare’, another track with lyrics so shameless that even David Tibet would be embarrassed to sing them.

You want screaming guitar battling against WWII radio traffic? You got it (‘I Flew’). You want to skip through rainbow-hued, diamond-frosted forest glades with saucer-eyed nymphs, while delicate jazz organ and folk harmonies slip between the boughs? You can do that too (‘Dougal’). You want the sleaziest piece of psych ever, with what sounds suspiciously like the singer having a wank over the top of the instrumental section? Well, it's right here (‘When The Sun Stands Still’). You want stomping, drunken, rocking blues, Neanderthal harmonica and titles like ‘Top Of The Pops Cock’?

01. Paper Man - 3.20
02. Broomstick Ride - 2.22
03. I Flew - 2.49
04. Eileen?s Haberdashery Store - 2.51
05. Folder Men - 2.38
06. Dougal - 2.31
07. When The Sun Stands Still - 2.57
08. Reborn - 2.36
09. Friday Hill - 3.14
10. Silver - 2.11
11. You - 2.38
12. Top Of The Pops Cock - 2.13
13. Revenge - 2.22
14. Austin Osmanspare - 3.13
15. Halo In My Chair (Bonus) - 3.47
16. Porticullis Gate (Bonus) - 2.33

Personnel included:
Louis Farrell - drums
Rod Harrison - guitar
Rob Hunt - flute, vocals
Bernie Jinks - bass
Nick Spencer - guitar
Keith Cross - guitar

http://rapidshare.com/files/163302343/BULLDOG_VenenosdoRock.rar

quinta-feira, 11 de dezembro de 2008

REPOST: Bubble Puppy - A Gathering Of Promises (1969 Texas Rock Acid Psych)


EXCELENTE BANDA DE GARAGEM TEXANA DOS ANOS 60, BUBBLE PUPPY LANÇOU ESTE ALBUM E DEPOIS MUDOU O NOME PARA DEMIAN!! OS CARAS FAXIAM UM ROCK PSICODÉLICO COM GUITARRAS ACIDAS DE PRIMEIRA LINHA!! A FAIXA TÍTULO DO ALBUM É BEM AO ESTILO PSYCH PROGRESSIVO E UMA CANÇÃO MUITO BEM TRABALHADA COM GUITARRA ACUSTICA E VOCAIS HARMONIOSOS!! EXCELENTE BANDA E UM VENENO ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO!!

In 1969, Texas acid-psych warlords Bubble Puppy burst into the U.S. Top 20 with “Hot Smoke and Sasafrass,” the slashing, frenzied freakout that kicks off the band’s brain-bending debut, A Gathering of Promises. Signed to Houston’s legendary International Artists imprint, the foursome were label mates of such hallowed acts as the 13th Floor Elevators and the Red Krayola. But A Gathering of Promises, the group’s sole International Artists album, stands out from the rest of the roster with its rich vocal harmonies and heavier, Cream/Hendrix/Who sound.

Descended from Corpus Christi garage kings the Bad Seeds, Bubble Puppy’s tripped out calling card was its combination of soaring, fuzz-drenched guitars, frantic drumming, stop-on-a-dime arrangements and tight, graceful harmonies. Songs like the manic “Lonely,” the cryptically twisting “I’ve Got to Reach You” and the majestic, guitar-searing “Hurry Sundown” prove that Bubble Puppy was far more than just a one hit wonder.

Albums
A Gathering of Promises (1969)
Demian (1970)
Wheels Go Round (1987)
Hot Smoke (2000)

Rod Prince - Lead Guitar / Vocals
Roy Cox - Bass Guitar / Vocals
Todd Potter - Lead Guitar / Vocals
David Fore - Drummer / Vocals

01 - Hot Smoke And Sasafrass
02 - Todd's Tune
03 - I've Got To Reach You
04 - Lonely
05 - Gathering Of Promises
06 - Hurry Sundown
07 - Elizabeth
08 - It's Safe To Say
09 - Road To St. Stephens
10 - Beginning
11 - Thinkin' About Thinkin' [Mono Single B-Side]
12 - If I Had a Reason [Mono Single A-Side]
13 - What Do You See [Mono Single A-Side]

http://rapidshare.com/files/163343285/Bubble_VenenosdoRock.rar

quinta-feira, 4 de dezembro de 2008

PLUTO - Pluto (1971 UK Hardrock Prog)


BANDA INGLESA DE HARDROCK COM PITADAS PROGRESSIVAS DE ALTÍSSIMA QUALIDADE E COM UM VOCAL PODEROSOS!! BOM DISCO, BOA BANDA, BOM VENENO!! ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO!!
Collectable 1972 UK Hardrock with some nice heavy touches and tight vocal harmonies. Some nice guitar work and a definite late '60's vibe adds to the appeal of this fine UK rock album, reminiscent in places of The Apple.This reissue also contains bonus tracks.

Pluto, although not necessarily one of those bands who spring immediately to mind as having been a seminal influence on the weaving of rock music's tapestry, nevertheless remain an excellent, if little-known and much underrated band, whose only album (originally released on the Dawn label back in November 1971) has, during the latter half of the '90s, become a much sought-after item in the ever-expanding underground/progressive sector of the record collectors' market.
Conceived initially by guitarist Paul Gardner and taking their name from the Disney cartoon character, they were formed in North London in 1970. The key members were Gardner and Alan Warner, two highly experienced campaigners from widely disparate musical backgrounds, their full personnel comprising Paul Gardner (guitar/vocals); Alan Warner (guitar/vocals), Mick Worth (bass); and Derek Jervis (drums).

1. Crossfire
2. And My Old Rocking Horse
3. Down And Out
4. Shes Innocent
5. Road To Glory

   http://youtu.be/0MMRFle2m9o?list=UUI9AOIL2nts4H3Pf_p8nOvQ
6. Stealing My Thunder
7. Beauty Queen
8. Mistere Westwood
9. Rag A Bone Joe
10.Bare Lady+ Bonus


http://www.mediafire.com/download/ok35yc2sq7ra952/Pluto-vENENOS.rar