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Mother And Sun = 7" = (7")
The first vinyl release from swedish psych-rock outfit, MOTHER AND SUN. A must have for the likes of 70's heavy, kraut rock, 60's psychedelia.
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Type: 7"
Recorded: 2008
Release Date: 2008-09-20
Label: Mother and Sun
Country: Euro
Item No: MAS001
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Track List
01 Time to vertigo
02 I'm history
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Reviewed 14/3-18 by Patrik  Rating:
7" B-sides always better - If the A-side is more of Rolling Stones in the later era with seasoning of The Hives and Soundtrack of our Lives, the B-side (as always when it comes to 7" singles) is far better...a slow melancholy track in the same vein but with hints (at least for a metal mind) of all from Trouble (drums & bass backdrop) to Fear Factory (singing) to My Dying Bride (the "guitar in the rain" vibe)...which made me wish they had made a whole CD.

Be well,
Reviewed 28/10-10 by Hans  Rating:
Lowcut Magazine (DK) - Mother and Sun is a new Swedish band and this is their debut 7? released earlier this year. The A side (plays on 33rpm), starts with Time to Vertigo, which reminds me a bit of the Brimstone Solar Radiation band but is a bit more hard hitting but has that 60?s sounding organ that psyches you out and makes you want to bop around the room. Cool song. The B side is the song that really kicks my ass though. I?m History starts real slow with just drums and a slow stoned, spacey vibe with laid back vocals but then explodes and comes back down with some nice strings - then an amazing ending with a great almost doom rock riff that crushes while we bang our heads. Killer stuff. The band is also featured on the recent Trip in Time Vol. 3 compilation.