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Sugarlumps 3

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  • Audio CD (May 18, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ernie B's Reggae
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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This is the last volume of the series it would seem. And although it would be nice to have a few more sugarlumps melt into our mouths and minds, it's by no means the only Psychedelic cd series out there, but perhaps it's unique in the way it brings back some old tunes and some brand newish ones in each of the 3 volumes. The Electric Prunes begin vol 3 with not a old track, but a new one! If they're only going to be remembered for their 1 hit wonder "I had too much to dream last night", now they're just in a "Lost Dream". But it's a groovy track, and if they have a new cd out, I'll have to buy that some time later! The Elements are "Caught In A Storm", and it kinda reminds me of The Smithereens on lsd. The 3rd track is a bit low-fi in sound quality, but a buried treasure from The Avengers with a surf beat track called "Instru-mental". It will have you tap your toes if nothing else, but like I said, they did the best they could do on the remastering of this one, and it's maybe the weakest track of vol 3 and the whole series.

The Runcible Spoon give you a ride on the "Hallucination Train", which is a hybrid psych track of bleeps/bloops, shaking cha chas, and tremolo guitars. Andy Lewis makes a final return in this series with "Come Away With Me", which is a groovy but forgetable track. But it has a nice horn section in the song. Cucumber have a really cool track with "Shocking". It sounds like Blood Sweat & Tears spinning on a merry-go-round on acid, but that's a good thing! The Prisoners are a band I'm not familiar with, but aparently they made a 80's psych garage rock track that is presented on vol3. It fits, but if I didn't know any better, I'd swear they sound like Urge Overkill.
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