The Blues Magoos | Psychedelic Resurrection

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Psychedelic Resurrection

by The Blues Magoos

Legendary 60s psychedelic rock band The Blues Magoos have reunited to release their first new album in 40 years: Psychedelic Resurrection (Kayos - October 14, 2014).
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Psychedelic Resurrection
3:07 album only
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2. There's A Chance We Can Make It
3:42 album only
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3. We Ain't Got Nothin' Yet
2:17 album only
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4. D'stinko Me Tummies On the Blinko
3:26 album only
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5. There She Goes
3:01 album only
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6. I'm Still Playing
2:36 album only
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7. Pipe Dream
2:48 album only
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8. Gotta Get Away
3:21 album only
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9. I Just Got Off from Work
3:38 album only
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10. Rush Hour
6:29 album only
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11. Psyche-Delight
3:59 album only
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12. Tobacco Road
5:36 album only

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Album Notes
Legendary 60s psychedelic rock band The Blues Magoos have reunited to release their first new album in 40 years: Psychedelic Resurrection (Kayos - October 14, 2014). It is both a reminder of where they came from and a bold step into reclaiming a classic garage-punk-rock sound that has been imitated by everyone from the White Stripes and the Black Keys to Ty Segall and Parquet Courts. The Blues Magoos’ November 1966 debut album represented a landmark of the kind of garage punk that anticipated bands like Television and the Ramones, with the band’s cover of John D. Loudermilk’s “Tobacco Road” included on Lenny Kaye’s original, influential 1972 Nuggets album, and their “We Ain’t Got Nothin’ Yet” as part of the 1998 re-issue.

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