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Acid Mothers Temple & the Cosmic Inferno – Just Another Band From The Cosmic Inferno (2005)

30-07-2014, 07:59
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Acid Mothers Temple & the Cosmic Inferno – Just Another Band From The Cosmic Inferno (2005)

Artist: Acid Mothers Temple & the Cosmic Inferno
Title Of Album: Just Another Band From The Cosmic Inferno
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Important Records Imprec 058
Genre: Psychedelic
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 133 MB | 442 MB
Total Time: 64:12
Website: Discogs

01. Trigger in Trigger Out 20:17
02. They're Coming From the Cosmic Inferno 43:55

Tabata Mitsuru: Bass, Vocals
Makoto Kawabata: Guitar, Producer, Engineer, Liner Notes, Photography
Higashi Hiroshi: Electronics
Okano Futoshi: Drums
Shimura Koji: Drums

Some reviews from RateYourMusic:
"They're Coming From the Cosmic Inferno" has some nice guitars, but maybe forty minutes of the same are too much.
First jam is excellent. It's just all out for 20 min. and takes your breath away. Second jam is ok, what really takes away from it is the length. (It's just to long to get into a lot of the times)
Two decent jams. There really isn't anything here though, just a riff reminiscent of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida but not at special or potent. The second track is 43 minutes of absolute nothing.
This is one of the less dynamic AMT releases, pretty much being two long full bore freakouts. The structures are there, they just get rolled over at times by the sonic glop so often whipped up by these maniacs. Impressive in it's intensity and stamina, it just offers little for the ear to hook on to. But surely that's not the purpose of this music, it's more of stand back and get blown away by the wicked space fury kind of deal. Not a good place for those not used to this band's peculiar charms to enter.
Endless camembert music doping neo-psychedelia in the Mothers Temple's way.
"Trigger In Trigger Out" – big rawk tune; residual '70s essence.
"They're Coming From The Cosmic Inferno" – dark ethereal movement (for intro) underlaid by 'erotic whisper' > and the sudden burst of r'n'r explosiveness. One long jam as a template for Kawabata Makoto's extended blues-based guitar excursions – surrounded by forceful, driving rhythm section and woozy electronics. Psychedelics in the strictly classical sense. An offshoot of rock and an excuse for potential audiences to shake their thang, not necessarily to trip out, though it is easy to imagine this music played loud would enhance a chemically-fueled otherworldliness.

Biography by Todd Kristel & Thom Jurek on Allmusic:
After performing with such bands as Toho Sara, Ohkami No Jikan, Musica Transonic, and Mainliner, Japanese guitarist Makoto Kawabata decided to continue his musical explorations by bringing together like-minded individuals to create trippy psychedelic freak-outs inspired by Karlheinz Stockhausen, Krautrock, and '70s progressive hard rock. Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. (Underground Freak Out) were founded in 1996 as a "soul collective." It's not a commune in the full sense since the members don't all live together, but it is based on communal values and has even been mistaken by some people for a religious cult.
Kawabata started the collective because he wanted to give unknown musicians a chance to record and release albums that would reach a wider audience; his original intent was not to create an ongoing touring and recording band. Indeed, the group's self-titled debut album, which was released on Japan's PSF Records in November 1997, was essentially a Kawabata solo project. He performed jam sessions with several other musicians, then edited and overdubbed the tapes to create something akin to musique concrиte. Kawabata must have been pleased with the results, because he assembled a group of musicians to tour overseas as Acid Mothers Temple in 1998.

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