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Trouble : Plastic Green Head




This was album number six for Trouble and it was yet another gem. Nothing was left from the past as the band took giant steps beyond the path which started with the monumental 'Manic Frustration' three years earlier. 'Plastic Green Head' is heavy but extremely psychedelic and, in my opinion, probably the first album that the term stoner metal can be associated with. Unfortunately after this release the group disbanded as times were not very easy for traditional bands of any genre. I really recommend this album as the perfect companion for your louder moments. All of the songs are perfect tens and the band even covers 'The Porpoise Song' from The Monkees and The Beatles' 'Tomorrow Never Knows' which are also quite good.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

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Tracklist :
1. Plastic Green Head
2. The Eye
3. Flowers
4. The Porpoise Song
5. Opium-Eater
6. Hear the Earth
7. Another Day
8. Requiem
9. Below Me
10. Long Shadows Fall
11. Tomorrow Never Knows
12. Till the End of Time

Duration : Approx. 51 minutes.

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Reviewed on 15-06-2009 by Dimitris Plastiras
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