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|1. Bad Vibrations|
|2. Haunting at 1300 McKinley|
|3. Yellow Elevator #2|
|4. Sunday Afternoon|
|5. River of Blood|
|6. Entrance Song|
|7. Phosphene Dream|
|8. True Believers|
|10. The Sniper|
These songs tend to take on differnt varations and change tempos throughout the album.
Time will tell if the infatuation will continue - but whatever they're doing, they seem to be doing it right, so here's to many more years of enjoying their music.
Very psychedelic, 60's stoner rock, but what seperates this from most garage rock is that these guys are very tight and Phosphene Dream is nicely produced.
This album is addictive, it's one of those albums you can play over and over. Which I do.Published 6 months ago by Janet
Love these guys. From Doorsy sound to old time Beatlish pop ...They are surprising varied and talented. Great album even after buying for 2 songs I had heard.Published 18 months ago by Garage Rat
Finally a band creating its own path and not following the music trend. You must go see this band in concert!Published 19 months ago by Michael
Not personally a good music critic. I love Black Angels twangy "psychedelic" sound, the multiple levels of background, and original , understandable lyrics.Published 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
I just found out about this band and I must say I can't get enough. The new album is good too. I will probably buy some of the older ones real soon. Rock on Austin Tx.Published 23 months ago by Lucas Cross
DEF not their strongest effort, unlike the first two albums just nothing really catchy or memorable here. Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by James M. Bailey
I've really been enjoying The Black Angels. I just found out about this band and I can't get enough. Great album!Published on January 30, 2013 by Erin C.
Psychedelic Music will forever be linked to the Summer of Love, Hippies, Sgt. Pepper, and all things bright and shiny ... Read morePublished on December 3, 2012 by R. Kesler