|Pink Mountaintops / Axis Of Evol|
|Album:||Axis Of Evol||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2007-01-14||Pull Date:||2007-03-18|
|Week Ending:||18 Mar||25 Feb||18 Feb||11 Feb||28 Jan||21 Jan|
|1.||Jul 07, 2014:||Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles |
|4.||Feb 22, 2007:||Fiction Romance |
Plastic Man, You're The Devil
|2.||May 31, 2007:||Fiction Romance |
|5.||Feb 17, 2007:||press and release |
|3.||Mar 15, 2007:||Fiction Romance |
Lord, Let Us Shine
|6.||Feb 15, 2007:||Fiction Romance |
New Drug Queens
Pink Mountaintops: “Axis of Evol”.|
Laid-back drug-rock with folk and blues tinges. Side project of Stephen McBean (Black Mountain). Uses the same bluesy vocals/fuzzed out guitar formula as Black Mountain. Mostly consistent feel throughout. Tracks tend to lock into a cool groove and stick with it while the vocals provide the variety. Tracks range from gentle soul to driving crunch. Bluesy, stoned vocals. FCC: #5
Play #6, 1, 7
1) 2:53 –Slow folksy repetitive plucking. Subdued, bluesy vocals.
2) 4:39 –rock. repetitive electric guitar riff. driving rhythm. White noise fades in and out. Walking bass.
3) 1:47 –starts paranoid single note melody. Distorted guitar and multiple vocals. Poppy, druggy rock.
4) 8:52 –slow vocals. repetitive, drawn out riff. Cool, psychedelic feel. Organ? goes on for a little too long…
5) 3:52 –blues feel. Acoustic guitar, with slow slide electric. Cool. FCC (shit).
6) 5:05 -Electronic beat, heavy guitar. Compressed vocals. Hymnal chorus. Awesome track.
7) 7:30 –slow folk ballad. Strung-out spirituality of desperation. Soft plucking. Peaceful.
|2.||Cold Criminals||5.||Plastic Man, You're The Devil|
|3.||New Drug Queens||6.||Lord, Let Us Shine|
|7.||How We Can Get Free|