Album no. 2 by this New Zealand psych outfit. It's somewhat of a mystery how they pull it off, but there is a whirlwind groove to their sound that few rock groups worldwide can touch upon. BROTHER LOVE would not look amiss in the 70's US and the new Texas psych rock scene. Influences of 70's Krautrock as well as subtle overtones and fuzz noises periphercally link them to the current "space drone wave" (Bardo Pond, Jessamine) or bands like Fuzzhead. Rock'n Roll Criminal is more song-orientated than it's predecessor- and more diverse: West Coast grooves, rich Hammond organ sounds, melodic ballads, eruptive free noise excursions.