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Old 09-04-2009, 10:03 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Great, great band.

Their singer, Ben Ward, is in a band called Raven's Creed too - they sound nothing like Orange Goblin, but you guys might wanna check 'em out.
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Old 09-06-2009, 08:48 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Orange Goblin is an above average stoner band, from what I can tell. I have 'Frequencies from Planet Ten' and 'Healing Through Fire'. What are their best albums?
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Old 09-25-2009, 09:22 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Orange Goblin is an above average stoner band, from what I can tell. I have 'Frequencies from Planet Ten' and 'Healing Through Fire'. What are their best albums?
Time Traveling Blues is my favorite. Very thrashy, not as psychedelic as Freq. By the end of it, the bands gets into some incredible Southern rock, including a Southern drawl! These guys are Brits, right? Big Black, the next album is just as great, but focuses on doom metal and is their heaviest. Both very tasty.
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Yes they are Brits. Time Travelling Blues and The Big Black are my favourites too i think. Their last two releases werent quite up to scratch but they have some decent tunes on them nonetheless.

Great live band too. So high energy, not to mention loud.
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Time Traveling Blues is my favorite. Very thrashy, not as psychedelic as Freq. By the end of it, the bands gets into some incredible Southern rock, including a Southern drawl! These guys are Brits, right? Big Black, the next album is just as great, but focuses on doom metal and is their heaviest. Both very tasty.
Thanks for the info.
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