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Bulbous Creation - You Won't Remember Dying (1970) [Reissue 2011]

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Bulbous Creation - You Won't Remember Dying (1970) [Reissue 2011]

Bulbous Creation - You Won't Remember Dying (1970) [Reissue 2011]
EAC Rip | FLAC (IMG+CUE+LOG) | 251 MB | Complete HQ Scans 600 dpi JPG included | MP3 Lame 320 CBR | 97 MB
Genre: Heavy Psychedelic Progressive Rock | RAR 5% Rec. | Label: O-Music (OM 71019) | Uploaded, Depositfiles

Heavy psych classic with warm dusty basement sound with HEAVY bass and great acid psych guitar work of premium quality. An extremely rare and previously unreleased 1969/1970 heavy psychedelic album . It was recorded in the Cavern Sound Studio, Missouri. The opening cut, End Of The Page, has a lovely guitar intro and the other highlight is the lengthy Let's Go To The Sea, which features some great Hendrix' psychedelic guitar work. The remainder of the album comprises harder edged rock cuts, their own interpretation of Stormy Monday and Hooked, which is the best moment on the album vocally. Worth checking out. The band hailed from the Kansas/Missouri area.
Bulbous Creation - You Won't Remember Dying (1970) [Reissue 2011]

Tracklist:

01. End Of The Page 04:48
02. Having A Good Time 04:09
03. Satan 06:05
04. Fever Machine Man 06:30
05. Let's Go To The Sea 08:27
06. Hooked 04:06
07. Under The Black Sun 03:15
08. Stormy Monday 04:43

Total: 42:07

Exact Audio Copy V1.0 beta 3 from 29. August 2011

EAC extraction logfile from 16. January 2013, 21:29

Bulbous Creation / You Won't Remember Dying

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Official DR value: DR10

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Talk about Bulbous Creation is the same as talk about a great finding. A relic found in the middle of the limbo and rescued by a small label called Rockadelic. It’s estimated that You Won't Remember Dying had been recorded between the late sixties and early seventies. However, the produced material remained shelved. It just got released in 1994.
It’s very hard to find more information about the band. It’s speculated that they are from Kansas, United States. Just it… Not even the names of the members are known. It includes the record cover. The sinister picture was drawn by Rockadelic.
Too bad this album wasn’t released with the dignity that Bulbous Creation deserved, because the band showed great skills and deserved a professional sound quality.
Those guys play a dense Hard Rock pulled to the Heavy Psych. With a very dark atmosphere, it’s possible to see a little of Black Sabbath in their early days. The lyrics are also heavy, covering topics such as Vietnam War, heroin and Satanism. Still, some moments are lighter, with smooth Blues passages.
Apparently there are two vocalists, the first one with a more severe and sober tone and the second one with an acute and nasal voice. I enjoy more the first one. The second one exaggerates in certain screams and screeches your brain.
From the peaceful Stormy Monday's Blues, trough the tenebrous Heavy Psych from Satan, You Won't Remember Dying is a treat, a disc that unfortunately was hidden for a long time among dusty tapes and old recordings. But, around 25 years later, it had the deserved attention.
Better late than never, is not what they say?

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Bulbous Creation - You Won't Remember Dying (1970) [Reissue 2011]


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