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|3.0 good||Mitch | June 23rd 22|
Really solid psychedelic rock, it's just a shame I don't really enjoy that genre. With that being said, this is much better than the album they released in its place.
|0.0 ||Mark Erikson | July 5th 20|
Manilla Road right before they hit their peak. Shame this wasn't released back in the day!
|5.0 classic||ChaoticVortex | January 17th 20|
Manilla Road's hidden and then unearthed masterpiece recorded in 1981 and only released in 2005, a garage-tuned, psychdelic yet undeniably unique, epic proto-metal journey that connects early 70's Sabbath with the grandiose scoundscapes of classic progrock with hypnotic riffs, solos and an incredibly raw and powerful vocal performance by Mark "The Shark" Shelton. R.I.P. Mark.
|4.5 superb||Dimorphic | December 2nd 19|
|4.5 superb||iliberritosc | January 31st 17|
Sang from the top of mount olympus. This album is an epic endeavour that takes you back to the seventies and it has some of the best riffs Mark Shelton has crafted in his long runnning career. Sopposedly the songs were composed in their early days. The vintage vibe of the production together with the songwriting make this a modern classic of the heavy psyche hard rock that so many bands try to emulate nowadays.
|4.0 excellent||Aranox | April 29th 21|
|4.0 excellent||GazAldo | June 30th 17|
|3.5 great||manosg STAFF | September 24th 16|
|4.5 superb||Nexus6 | September 30th 15|
|2.0 poor||Aion | March 6th 15|
|4.0 excellent||Phate72 | September 24th 11|
|5.0 classic||leycec | July 4th 11|
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