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Worshipping at the altar of Their Satanic Majesties-era Stones and Smile-time Beach Boys, the band's sound charts an oddly-engaging brand of melancholy baroque-psych ballad which sees sitar swooping across "Dark Peace" and mysterioso organ lacing "Lady Sunshine" as Byrdsian harmonies sporadically take flight under Duncan Shepard's doleful vocals.

Shindig! Magazine


While the sleeve may leave you expecting some sort of San Francisco jam band explosion, the reality is more along the lines of the less instrumentally intricate and more song-orientated sixties West Coast outfits like the Peanut Butter Conspiracy, with a touch of "Butterfly" era Hollies creeping in on the more psych-pop inclined tracks, as well as the odd moment of garage fuzz that may not reach Seeds levels (few do), but are certainly reminiscent of early Electric Prunes...

The Active Listener


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