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greg84
Staff Reviewer
August 2nd 2012


7517 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The summary is spot-on imo. Great review Joseph.

D41V30N
August 2nd 2012


949 Comments


Indians smell.

greg84
Staff Reviewer
August 3rd 2012


7517 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

You know they smoke shisha in Arabic countries. This album fits right in.

D41V30N
August 3rd 2012


949 Comments


this is indian, not Arabic

and marijuana > sheesha

controlled
August 3rd 2012


660 Comments


this is actually better than i thought

Graveyard
August 3rd 2012


6148 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=PkoH0M0uPs0#!

SpiritCrusher2
August 3rd 2012


3871 Comments


"and marijuana > sheesha"

agreed. I mean shisha is good, nothing special though, at least from my experience. marijuana is better in every single way. I was in Tunisia once on a high school trip, and our tour guide took us to the place where we could try some. it's completely legal there, you can see people sitting in cafes with their big nargillas (dk how do you spell it), smoking shisha. it's kinda cool actually

D41V30N
August 3rd 2012


949 Comments


it doesn't really get you... well... high or anything. but it's cool to hang out in a sheesha lounge with 4 or 5 friends and talk about stuffs.

and yeah, this album has nothing to do with sheesha. raj sucks.

Brains
August 3rd 2012


6 Comments


So this is post metal? kinda sounds like post metal, by description I mean haha

Graveyard
August 3rd 2012


6148 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

no post-metal to be found here

eternium
August 3rd 2012


16352 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It's just stoner metal, plain and simple, unless you want to say "Middle Eastern inspired."

Fieryfenderz
August 3rd 2012


1577 Comments


I really wish I knew how to like this

Digging: Kevin Federline - Playing with Fire

D41V30N
August 3rd 2012


949 Comments


it's not middle eastern influences, it's Southern Asian influences.

RosaParks
August 3rd 2012


16293 Comments


wow how could u call urself retired some people are born that way and raised in special ed classes ur mean

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Aids
August 3rd 2012


24184 Comments


haha omg awesome

Digging: Jamie xx - In Colour

Graveyard
August 4th 2012


6148 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

i bet you he hasn't even heard pilgrimage yet though

D41V30N
August 4th 2012


949 Comments


"Sitars are used in both the middle east and southern asia, fact

as well as some of the acoustic percussive instruments Om uses throughout their discog"

It's not only the sitars. "Addis" has Hindi chants, which originates from Southern Asia. The style in which the percussive instruments (notably Tabla) are played is strictly Indian, not Middle Eastern.

Piglet
August 4th 2012


5020 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

tato you be posting comments like a champ m/

zentatonic
August 4th 2012


14 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Album is fucking transcendent. Drummer rules at creating a laid back mood that still jams. The cello riffs are beautiful.

ProfessorVeerappan
August 4th 2012


794 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

the middle eastern feel has swept a few minds i see

good shit om has come up with the most intricate moments and feeling of the eastern mess

the wow to the lyrics as usual and the instruments have beautifully bonded to the feeling of rising smoke

and we walk towards more.



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