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View Poll Results: Does John Peel deserve to make the Hall of Fame?
Yes 11 91.67%
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Old 06-08-2009, 06:34 PM   #1461 (permalink)
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Old 06-08-2009, 06:43 PM   #1462 (permalink)
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Tell me what I should download and with that album(s) I shall decide whether or not they belong in the mb hall of fame.
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Old 06-08-2009, 06:58 PM   #1463 (permalink)
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Tell me what I should download and with that album(s) I shall decide whether or not they belong in the mb hall of fame.
Only one album: Black Monk Time. Give it a good, solid listen through.
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I voted yes, I did very much like "Black Monk Time" and that should be enough for everyone right?
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Old 06-09-2009, 02:40 PM   #1465 (permalink)
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Let me tell you why everybody should like this album:

1. It's incredibly mangled, non-melodic and angsty for a 60's band.
2. The random bursts of anarchy that the organ player throughs in really add a sense of dimentia.
3. The struggling voice of the singer coupled with the gregorian chants.
4. Can be surprisingly dark at times while retaining that classic 60's vibe.
5. The drums, very tribal. They won't get you headmoshing, but they add just the right touch.
6 The music flows on by, whether you care or not. Emotionally, you can observe it from a distance, or hop right in, it's up to you.

Perhaps the most overlooked act of the 60s.
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I voted yes, I did very much like "Black Monk Time" and that should be enough for everyone right?
right.
at least they'll get a chance to get renominated hopefully.
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let me tell you why everybody should like this album:

1. It's incredibly mangled, non-melodic and angsty for a 60's band.
2. The random bursts of anarchy that the organ player throughs in really add a sense of dimentia.
3. The struggling voice of the singer coupled with the gregorian chants.
4. Can be surprisingly dark at times while retaining that classic 60's vibe.
5. The drums, very tribal. They won't get you headmoshing, but they add just the right touch.
6 the music flows on by, whether you care or not. Emotionally, you can observe it from a distance, or hop right in, it's up to you.

Perhaps the most overlooked act of the 60s.
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The latest offering from Piccadilly Records in Manchester

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Today, 'garage', 'psych', and 'punk' are three overused words to say the least. They're dropped from every direction to brand, market, and sell, but looking back to the mid-1960s, there was only one group of musical mavericks that clearly defined them. They were five American ex-servicemen who met in post-war Germany, and they created the tightest, loudest, heaviest music ever put on record, then or now or ever, most likely. Created in 1966 and still sounding like the proto garage / punk record, you should own the album if for no other reason than to have the outer limits of rock n' roll at your disposal, ready to be played and gawked at.
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Wow. I found their album inanely boring. Sorry folks, it's definatley a no.
Agreed. I've heard Black Monk Time and I just can't enjoy it. No from me.
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