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8 thoughts on “ Baby Götterdämerung - Monster Magnet - Powertrip (CD, Album) ”

  1. Gardagul says:
    Powertrip is the fourth studio album by Monster Magnet, released on June 16, The album was the band's commercial breakthrough, achieving mainstream success due largely to the hit single, "Space Lord".Other hit songs on the album include "Powertrip", "Temple of Genre: Stoner rock, heavy metal, hard rock, .
  2. Tolrajas says:
    Aside from having unmentionable appendages dipped in plastic (Atomic Clock), getting rid of an unwanted baby in a Jersey landfill (See You In Hell) and cashing Satan's checks while firmly grasping said appendage in hand (3rd Eye Landslide), Monster Magnet's music never ceases to amaze me. Powertrip is the second album I owned from MM and Dave Wyndorf's songwriting keeps me reeling/5().
  3. Kajiktilar says:
    Jan 21,  · Label: A&M Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Hard Rock Monster Magnet - Powertrip (, CD) | Discogs /5().
  4. Faujar says:
    Tracks through are bonus tracks for the Japanese release only. Although 'Kick Out The Jams' is not marked as 'Kick Out The Jams (Clean Version)' as found on other Monster Magnet releases, it is still the censored version that is contained here/5(5).
  5. Domuro says:
    Das CD-Album "Powertrip" von Monster Magnet () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  6. Juhn says:
    Aside from having unmentionable appendages dipped in plastic (Atomic Clock), getting rid of an unwanted baby in a Jersey landfill (See You In Hell) and cashing Satan's checks while firmly grasping said appendage in hand (3rd Eye Landslide), Monster Magnet's music never ceases to amaze hadessoundrilople.ibpuquacalkyolanminafahabscompsas.corip is the second album I owned from MM and Dave Wyndorf's songwriting keeps me reeling/5().
  7. Shakanris says:
    Whether it was the fact that the stars were in the right place, the co-production help of Matt Hyde, the well-seasoned, ready-for-anything skill of the band as a whole, or just the logical consequence of Dave Wyndorf's increasing ability to match radio hooks with squalling power, Powertrip brought it all together for Monster Magnet in a big way.. Happily, nothing that made the band what they.
  8. Bajinn says:
    "Powertrip", "Space Lord", and "3rd Eye Landslide" are solid rock/punk numbers with massive guitar sounds that make them easy shots for the arena. "See You in Hell" tells a creepy story based in truth, with a garage-rock organ that's pure psychedelia. "Baby Götterdämerung" throws in heavily tremoloed guitar for a psychedelic ballad.

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