Fable - Get The 'L' Outta Here! (Heavyfuzz From Canada 1974)

Jumat, 12 Oktober 2012

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Hearing the onslaught of stoner metal bands struggling desperately to recreate the airy deep end of mid-’70s heavy music is amusing… almost as much as actually coming across the occasional bona fide prog metal outfits long forgotten over the ages. One of Canada’s original rhythm rock outfits that haven’t stood the test of time, Fable blended the questionable aesthetics of cape-laden Rush with Paranoid-era Black Sabbath’s eeriness and a moderately softer structural attack reminiscent of Budgie.

The end result is the perfect Black Light metal begging for a big ol’ bong suck and an imaginary dragon ride to the land of vans painted with wizards, barbarians and Aztec goddesses. Surprisingly timeless despite an obviously specific historical specificity, Get The “L” Outta Here! provides the perfect document of a band with nothing affecting the excesses of ’70s rock’n’roll. Plenty of epic songs heavy on wah pedal and jam band aura makes for a fun retrospective party listen — and when compared to the accessibility of modern stoner rock — proves that minimal means often do produce the greater results. (Waxing Deep)

01. Intro (Late Again)
02. Kacheena
03. Why Is It Me?
04. We'll Find A Way
05. Hear Me Calling
06. Without Asking
07. Lady Of The Night
08. Believe In Me
09. A Cue Stick
10. Battle Of The Neon Knights
11. And This Day
12. The Tramp
13. No Way Out
14. Kacheena (Again Alternate Radio Edit)

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