A note to those who are having trouble with these files. I don't what causes it, but I've gotten emails and comments saying a couple of the files are corrupt. I can absolutely assure you, the files are not corrupt, I check each of them and I have never gotten a corrupt file (mine or from anyone else)from this upload host. If I had I never would have begun using them. I would recommend trying a download accelerator if you have continued problems and really want something I have on offer. If you don't want to mess with download accelerators, just try it again, it's free and there is no waiting period except 25 seconds or so at the very beginning. I love to share good music and I'd hate to think someone that would like to check it out can't. I feel that the music I share deserves a wider audience and that's why I do this. Now now for today's enlightenment:
These guys & Redbone. That's all I know of American Indian rock bands. And these guys (and the band they formed after this) are the only AI psych band I know of. I'm probably wrong but that's it for me. And this album rocks. Hard psych. Good hard psych. These guys went on to form XIT and further public awareness of "the plight of the redman" but for me, this is the one to get. An album that really deserves it's status as a top shelf collector's item. Take it for spin.
By request from long ago. Canadian arena rock that sounds to my ears a hell of a lot like Styx. I bought the albums on a trek to Toronto a few years back on the strength of the cover of this first one. And I must say they are pretty damn good at what they do. There has been a CD reissue of both of these on one CD at some point, I know not if it's still in print or not. You may wanna check if you like this.
The cover of the 2nd album.
And for yet another installment in the NWOBHM series. This band has long been a favorite (and another band I first tried on the strength of the cover alone) since I first dropped a needle on "Love On Smack" from their Friends of Hell LP. What I have here is stuff I didn't discover until much later, their 1st 7" Burning A Sinner and their 12" EP Soviet Invasion. Both are fairly similar to the stuff on their 2 lone albums and dirgey Black Sabbathisms abound on both. The 7" is rough compared to the production of the 2 albums (and the 12" too) but it's a nice insight to where these guys came from.
7" : http://depositfiles.com/files/372548
12" : http://depositfiles.com/files/372559
Til the next time---enjoy.