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Strung Out In Heaven

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Going To Hell
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Let's Pretend It's Summer
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Wasting Away
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Jennifer
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Got My Eye On You
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Nothing To Lose
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Love
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Maybe Tomorrow
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Spun
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I've Been Waiting
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Dawn
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Lantern
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Wisdom
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 47:21

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Anton Newcombe Comes Clean

By Louis Pattison, International Editor

Some 40 musicians have passed through the ranks of Brian Jonestown Massacre over the years, but for all intents and purposes, they're the vessel for the vision of one man: Anton Newcombe. Following the motto "keep music evil," early albums like 1995's Methodrone and 1996's country-tinged Thank God for Mental Illness allowed Newcombe and his band to pioneer a malevolent and incendiary take on psychedelic rock, one that located a sinister undercurrent in the hippy… more »

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It’s with typical perversity that the Brian Jonestown Massacre makes the leap from the indie ghetto into the majors with their least immediate, most restrained record to date; given time to sink in, however, Strung Out in Heaven proves as engaging as their past efforts, with a focus and cohesiveness often lacking from their more visceral work. Settling into a blissfully psychedelic drift, the album opts not for the Stones-inspired raunch of before but for Byrds-like guitars, muffled drums and pulsating Hammond organ lines, all topped off by Anton Newcombe’s half-stoned, half-shamanic vocals; thanks to standout tracks like “Going to Hell,” “Wasting Away” and “Maybe Tomorrow,” the cumulative impact makes for the BJM’s most mature outing yet, evoking a kind of narcotic euphoria perfectly in keeping with the album’s title. – Jason Ankeny

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