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Monster Magnet - 25 - Tab Album

Monster Magnet - 25 - Tab Album
Title:
25 - Tab
Performer:
Monster Magnet
Released:
1991
Catalog:
GRCD158
Country:
Germany
MP3 album size:
2376 mb
FLAC album size:
1526 mb
Genre:
Label:
Glitterhouse Records

Tracklist


1Tab...2532:15
2Longhair12:29
3Lord 134:09


Notes


EFA CD 08158-26

CD Matrix: GRCD 158 P+O-9176-A1 06-91


Album


Tab . Tab 25 or 25 Tab is the title of Monster Magnet's second EP, released in Europe in 1991 and in the United States two years later. Originally released on Glitterhouse Records, it was recorded before the band's 1991 debut album Spine of God but issued afterwards to capitalize on its success. Though long enough to qualify as a full-length album, it is referred to as an EP. It is generally viewed by critics as the band's most psychedelic release, with the first two tracks alone totaling 45. Monster Magnet - 25, Long Hair. Monster Magnet - Lord 13. Monster Magnet. Hard Rock Stoner Rock Psychedelic Rock. Tab by Monster Magnet, released 01 September 2017 1. Tab 2. 25, Longhair 3. Lord 13 4. Spine of God live The epic starting point of one of the greatest pioneers in modern Psychedelic Rock In the psychedelic rock scene Tab Re-Issue is the hardest to find out of print EP by Monster Magnet. Over the course of their career, the band has never again explored their experimental boundaries as much as on these four songs. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. USD or more. 25 Tab. 25Album. Released 1991. 25 Tab Tracklist. 25 Tab Q&A. More Monster Magnet albums. Listen free to Monster Magnet 25 TAB Tab, 25 and more. 5 tracks 58:16. Monster Magnet - 25 Tab Album Lyrics. Spine of God Live Version Bonus Track Lyrics. MONSTER MAGNET - . the ultimate metal music online community, from the creators of . Покупка Monster Magnet - 25 Tab - Steamhammer - LP, Album, RE - 0028190 LP, включает Tab, 25, Longhair, Lord 13, Spine Of God Live. Finding a perfectly steady head-nodder of a groove that wouldn't sound out of place at all on a Loop album, say, and with extremely strung-out guitar soloing madness to boot, sounds exactly like the nightmarish orange-eye image on the back cover looks: weird, alien, and not quite in control of itself