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Cosmic Assault

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I Condemn You
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Pounders
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Rise
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The Master
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Cosmic Assault
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Leaving The Body
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The Need
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Eden's Apple
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No Peeking
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Altered States
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Military Presence
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 44:16

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Cosmic Assault

jdona999

Recently, Hollywood's third finger Quentin Tarantino (Kill Bill, Death Proof, Sin City, etc.) described the work of Helios Creed as "mind blowing". I tend to think of his art as relevant thus immortal. Helios Creed once again violates the expectation in this campy psychedelic journey fluffing the occult world of "hermeneutical xenotransilluminatory hyper dimensional intelligence". I am reminded of some lucky person peaking on LSD-25 whilst night strolling Colma City, California.

They Say All Music Guide

Helios Creed has gone through multiple musical phases, and Cosmic Assault, a 1995 release, offers a mixture of his earlier industrial and grunge influences combined with additional styles. True to his tendency for science fiction themes, the album includes tracks such as the spacey “Altered States,” the ominous, somewhat goth-like “Leaving the Body,” and of course, the percussive, discordant title cut. Fans who enjoy his more strident offerings will probably prefer cuts like “Rise” and “Pounders,” while, curiously enough, despite the title, “Military Presence”‘s ambient style may well appeal to those who enjoy a quieter approach. – Murrday Fisher

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