Thursday, June 12, 2008

Green Milk From The Planet Orange - City Calls Revolution (2005)

Green Milk From The Planet Orange, besides having an extremely unusual name, makes some righteous psychedelic music. Born from the remains of defunct group No Rest for the Dead, these Tokyo-based young men do the experimental thing with the usual Japanese flare, such as all members being referred to only by initials. The songs are unique sounding, straddling between the noise of Boredoms and the extended rhythms of kraut rock bands like Can and Faust. City Calls Revolution has only four tracks, nevertheless is most certainly a full-length album. The first track "Concrete City Breakdown" finishes just shy of 20 minutes while the epic finale "A Day in the Planet Orange" is just over 38. Despite the exciting nature of the music, they know very well how to compose songs and there is a well-planned execution to them. Green Milk From The Planet Orange might be a mouthful to say, but they're anything but difficult to listen to.

To be had here (192 kbps):
Green Milk From The Planet Orange - City Calls Revolution


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