Telephone - The Black Angels - Phosphene Dream (CD, Album)

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  1. At times the Black Angels sounded like their mentors, the Velvet Underground, and then the Black Angels were all over the map. They mixed psychedelic pop to garage rock and something so powerfully sweet I felt mesmerized and thrilled at discovering a new band. Granted it takes several listens but Phosphene Dream is a killer disk!!/5(94).
  2. In late , The Black Angels performed as the backing band for former 13th Floor Elevators frontman Roky Erickson on a series of dates across the West Coast of the U.S. Next, in , they recorded a couple of collaborative tracks with Unkle. Their third album, September ’s Phosphene Dream hit the Top 50 of the Billboard chart, and was.
  3. The Black Angels are one of those great newer bands that are out there and are gaining fans the more people hear their music. I've had this album playing at my house or in the car over the past 2 years since it came out and people constantly say they like it and ask who it is when it's the first time they've heard it.
  4. By the telephone You never call my name On the telephone You never call my name On the telephone I just sit and cry By the telephone I try and call your phone But you're never home I try and call your phone But you're never home You watch me sit outside You watch me wait and try And much to my surprise I caught you on the number nine You never.
  5. And even if the Black Angels had given the songs on their third full-length album, Phosphene Dream, titles relating to bunnies, flowers, and ice cream, this music would still cast a long shadow of bad karma; the Black Angels appear to be stoned on the same stuff Thee Oh Sees have been taking for years, but with fewer hallucinations and a good 7/
  6. That surprising change of pace is a routine used to great effect throughout the album. Elsewhere "River Of Blood" sounds like an unearthed Doors' cut, "Entrance Song" channels "Spirit In The Sky" and "Telephone" is a psych best classic which would grace the set of any sixties garage band. Phosphene Dream is my favourite Black Angels' album to.

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