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Monster Magnet - Milking The Stars: A Re-Imagining Of Last Patrol (2014)

14-11-2014, 08:54
Music | Rock

Monster Magnet - Milking The Stars: A Re-Imagining Of Last Patrol (2014)

Artist: Monster Magnet
Title Of Album: Milking The Stars: A Re-Imagining Of Last Patrol
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Napalm Records
Genre: Hard Rock, Stoner Rock
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 74:46 min
Total Size: 171 MB


01. Let The Circus Burn
02. Mindless Ones '68
03. No Paradise for me
04. End Of Time (B–3)
05. Milking The Stars
06. Hallelujah (Fuzz And Swamp)
07. I Live Behind The Clouds (Roughed Up And Slightly Spaced)
08. Goliath Returns
09. Stay Tuned (Even Sadder)
10. The Duke (Full On Drums 'N Wah)
11. Last Patrol (Live)
12. Three Kingfishers (Live)

2013 saw the release of MONSTER MAGNET’s latest album Last Patrol. Now comes Milking the Stars a reimagining of Last Patrol (November 14th in Europe, November, 17th in the UK & November, 18th US/CAN, Napalm Records). Met with critical acclaim and supported by a world tour, Last Patrol has become a staple in the MONSTER MAGNET discography.

Today the artwork, track listing and first song from Milking the Stars have been released. Wyndorf’s pick for the first song he wanted fans to be exposed to is “No Paradise For Me”. The song according to Wyndorf is ‘interesting, fucked up and old school sounding’. Listen to “No Paradise For Me” here!

Wyndorf on Milking the Stars:
“Milking the Stars is a “re-imagined” version of Last Patrol featuring four new songs and live tracks.
This was a happy experiment for me. It’s not a re-mix record by the current definition. It’s more like Last Patrol in a “what if?” style alternate reality.
“What if these songs were recorded in 1968?” “What would happen if I turned a pretty song into an angry one?” “How would adding creepy organs and Mellotrons affect the emotional vibe of a song?” These are just a few of the questions that roll around in my head when I write and record any album but this time I decided to actually answer them with fully fleshed out, recorded and mixed examples.
The process actually created new songs. That’s the icing on the cake for me. New sounds, new vocals, different instruments and arrangements make for a weird 1960’s vibe totally apart from Last Patrol which was fun for Phil, Bob, Garrett, mixer Joe Barresi and myself to explore.
Finally there’s expanded versions of the songs “Last Patrol” and “Three Kingfishers” as recorded live at the AB club in Belgium, 2014. Both those songs were re-arranged for “maximum rock and psych” before we hit the road last year and feature the debut performance of new MAGNET bassist, Chris Kosnik. Personally, I think they beat the original versions.
Rock on!”

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