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|1. Stormy High|
|5. Stay Free|
|6. Queens Will Play|
|7. Evil Ways|
|8. Wild Wind|
|9. Bright Lights|
|10. Night Walks|
This band has a male and female singer, though most of the songs are written by the band's leader, Stephen Mcbean.
I would recommend to anyone looking to buy this album just to head on over to YouTube and listen to "Tyrants," "Wucan," or "Queens Will Play."
It took a couple of listens to really appreciate what they were trying to do, and as a musician, I love the production.
Brilliant sound and flow to the whole song. I can't put the album down to save my life! Love ya black mountain :)Published 6 months ago by Jesse Kilmon
For whatever reason, this album kept cropping up in my Amazon recommendations, but, knowing what is best for me I didn't act upon it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by King Troll
This will make you feel like you're in the '70s. what a solid rock'n roll album. sometines, it gets stoner as hell and you start to headbang like a madman to the music. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ricardo
I love this album! I think it's the best of their 3. I'm not sure why, except it is the one I got first , and listened to the most. I especially love the song "Angels". Read morePublished on May 26, 2012 by alysha25
What "rock" is supposed to be, yet so rarely is. Sorry not to be more specific than that -- look thru the other reviews for individual song descriptions if you need to. Read morePublished on December 4, 2010 by Thomas E. Wolfe
Black Mountain is a modern psychedelic rock band that pulls the masterful feat of sounding like classic rock without also sounding like they're blatantly ripping off their... Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by Adam
IN THE FUTURE does not push the boundaries. Of anything. But let's face it, few albums do that anymore. Read morePublished on July 28, 2010 by R. Reining
One of the leading contenders for our decade's innovators? Like their debut, also reviewed by me, I still argue that the band has room to grow. This second LP shows their maturity. Read morePublished on October 17, 2008 by John L Murphy
Like their debut, also reviewed by me, I still argue that the band has room to grow. This second LP shows their maturity. Read morePublished on October 17, 2008 by John L Murphy