Satelliters, The / Where Do We Go?
Album: Where Do We Go?   Collection:General
Artist:Satelliters, The   Added:Oct 2007
Label:Dionysus/Hell Yeah  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2007-11-11 Pull Date: 2008-01-13
Week Ending: Jan 13 Jan 6 Dec 30 Dec 16 Dec 9 Dec 2 Nov 25 Nov 18
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6. Dec 09, 2007: New World Disorder

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2007-11-13
The Satelliters – Where Do We Go?
Reviewed by Sadie O., 11/1/07
Superb 60’s psychedelic garage rock from Germany. Absolutely smashing, baby! This is psychedelia like the first wave – don’t expect too much mind-altering. Our minds have grown steeled over the years. If someone ever does a proper remake of Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, these guys should play the Strawberry Alarm Clock role. This makes me so happy I don’t even mind being at work!
No FCCs detected. It’s all either great or fabulous, but I’d start with 6 and 7 together on continuous play. Then play everything else.
1. 1:02 **high speed rave-up, twangy guitar and plenty of bass, spoken introduction. I’d be happy if this were longer – great sound.
2. 2:52 **crowd screaming and picked guitar, folk-rock sound, lots of farfisa.
3. 2:45 ***no screaming girls, thank god. Guitar-driven garage rock with properly adenoidal vocals. Delayed guitar chord ending.
4. 2:46 ***pretty Yardbirds-style acoustic guitar, big drums, slightly psychedelic feel.
5. 2:21 **jaunty midtempo garage stomp, happy noise indeed.
6. 2:26 ***uptempo psychedelic rocker – can you see the colored oil light show?
7. 0:55 **this continues from the previous song, and you should. Yardbirds-style guitar-sitar sound and quavery something – very psychedelic indeed.
8. 3:45 **surfer stomp drums, tweedly guitar effects, Brit-tinged psychedelic vocals.
9. 2:53 **electric stomp, angry young man lyrics. So 60’s, so righteous! Ooh, killer guitar solo – simple but deadly.
10. 3:10 ***bass intro, farfisa – oooh! Love this!
11. 2:59 **raging fuzz rocker, resolutely retribution-bound. Razor-edged guitar solo. I’m glad I’m not the one who dumped him…
12. 3:29 ***midtempo, partially syncopated psychedelic rocker. Great guitar tone and plenty of bass. I need to put this on my alarm clock so I can wake up functional.
13. 2:44 **folky – more Byrds than Yardbirds. Fingerpicked guitar and flowerchild feeling, with an occasional hint of Who.
14. 2:41 **lo-fi FUZZ, slow, grungy, adenoidal. I’m indifferent to his suffering, but the guitar

Track Listing
1. Indroduction Part 1   8. Where Do We Go
2. Abba (Live)   9. You Cannot See
3. For You   10. Why Do They Know
4. Something   11. I'll Make You Sorry
5. You Will Never Be   12. Hey
6. Hide Your Time   13. Make Me Smile
7. Sitar Swami   14. No Good Without You Baby