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Raw Rock Fury

Ecstatic Vision

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1
Intro
Ecstatic Vision
0:16
2
You Got It or You Don't
Ecstatic Vision
7:42
3
The Electric Step Pt. 1
Ecstatic Vision
3:11
4
The Electric Step Pt. 2
Ecstatic Vision
6:08
5
Keep It Loose
Ecstatic Vision
4:57
6
Twinkling Eye Pt. 1
Ecstatic Vision
6:03
7
Twinkling Eye Pt. 2
Ecstatic Vision
2:53
8
Twinkling Eye Pt. 3
Ecstatic Vision
5:08
Total Playing Time    36:18
Philadelphia's heavy psych quartet Ecstatic Vision returns with its sophomore album Raw Rock Fury, featuring primordial, troglodyte Detroit rock grooves, motorik sounds that recall the obscure one-time collaboration between NEU and the MC5, grimy harmonica flourishes that evoke Beefheart at his most savage and the Hawkwindian, primal world heavy psych of Ecstatic Vision's debut. All of this is contained on four songs clocking in at 35 minutes of the dirtiest sounding recordings since Kick Out The Jams. Raw Rock Fury brings back the days when rock was dangerous.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Relapse Records Inc. Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 8 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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