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Shadow Temple

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Om Mane Padme Hum
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Om Namo Shivaya
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Thunderdrums
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Storm Worship
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Lightening Fossil
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Mythras
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Satt Nam
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Raghupati
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 34:23

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Barry Walters

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Award-winning critic Barry Walters is a longtime contributor to Rolling Stone, Spin, the Village Voice, and many other publications. His interview with Prince a...more »

09.10.10
At once ridiculous and riveting
2010 | Label: Paw Tracks

So you think you like cult music. Here's something from a trio of refugees from a Hare Krishna commune that'll really make you wanna drink the Kool-Aid. Drum circle percussion? Check. Songs cribbed from ancient Indian chants? Check. Reverb controls set for the heart of the sun? Check, check. With production help from Animal Collective's Avey Tare and Deakin, Shadow Temple is one of those records that is at once ridiculous and riveting.

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Shadow Temple

EMUSIC-02A22AE7

Think Krautrock for yoga with lush positive bad-ass vibes.

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Great Halloween Music!

latinboston

Skip the howling and moaning ghost scary effects this Halloween. Play this out your window and you will definitely scare the children trick or treating and their parents. Freaky Zeaky.

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Ridiculous & riveting? More like noisy and awful.

44rpms

Took a chance based on the description. It is sound snippets, a collage, random noises. Bears no semblance to Indian music. Saving grace? Only wasted 34 minutes in giving it a listen. A shame to waste the credits.

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