The debut was a terrific blend of Stooges inspired acid punk and laid back psychedelic textures, influenced equally by Nebula, Dead Meadow, and Pink Floyd. Lights From Paradise is easily better than the debut on all fronts. The guitars are still fuzzy and soothing, with a laid back intensity and smooth delivery. The rhythm section still brings that trance inducing thump, and the vocals still have that nasally, David Gilmore on Quaaludes quality to them. This time around, there's the addition of strings and keyboards, and when the vocal harmonies get sugar sweet, they're rotting those teeth inside your eardrums quicker than ever.
01 The greatest hits by god - 7:43 02 Set out alone - 3:50 03 Strange vacation - 3:12 04 Confusion's home - 6:50 05 In the place of a storm - 3:56 06 Psychic seasons - 5:56 07 Hinterland who's who - 5:37 08 Sessions of light - 9:22