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Overlooked Psych Match #1 Rd #1

It's 1970, and Psychedelic rock had reached its saturation point. Progressive rock and heavy metal had both sprung out of the bubbling concoction of experimentation, long hair, and acid; but did pysch really die that year? No. Its tradition lives on thanks to bands that refused to compromise and turned their guitar feedback to 11. Here are two unsung classics of that hectic time.
1Culpeper's Orchard
Culpeper's Orchard


Album's full of epic psychedelic and heavy guitar solos -MrSirLordGentleman
2T2
It'll All Work Out in Boomland


Rocks hard, psychs hard, even progs a bit with some really beautiful moments scattered throughout -MeatSalad
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