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 PRICE: $6.66


 FORMAT: CD
 LABEL: Exile on Mainstr...
 RELEASED: 2006
 ORIGIN: Germany
 ITEM #: ATH-6036

TRACKLIST:

  1. Yellow Mile
  2. A Foul Smelling Wheel Called Downhill
  3. Paraffin Oiler
  4. Nice Romantic Evening
  5. Damn You, Charlie Brown
  6. The Hospice Inn
  7. Spinster
  8. The Sun Behind the Dustbin
  9. Arrrgh!
  10. Erebus
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"If there's a void left by the lack of guitar, it's one they acknowledge and embrace. Most of the songs on The Sun Behind the Dustbin focus on the fact that the band is one solid rhythm section. They don't bludgeon you with sound; instead they compose songs that exist in the groove. That doesn't prevent them from stretching out, though – the title track in particular is an impressive jam that is as psychedelic as it is intricate and heavy. That drummer Claus-Peter Hamisch and bassist Ingmar Petersen also play in the traditional doom band Voodooshock is impressive – this is a far cry from that genre. In fact, I'd say these guys relate more to a band like Stinking Lizaveta, in the sense that they're hard to pigeonhole. A very creative and interesting record."

Arzgarth
StonerRock.com




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Beehoover: Concrete Catalyst (CD) (Cover Art)
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Beehoover
Concrete Catalyst (CD) (Import)

Label: Exile on Mainstream   Origin: Germany
What comes out of the speakers deserves only one description: M.O.N.S.T.R.O.U.S! In every possible way. Monstrous sound, monstrous songwriting, monstrous class! In 2010, Beehoover push their ridiculously powerful vehicle in a different direction without losing grip. It is still there - thee Beehoover sound that makes this band so special. Bass and drums, nothing else and a tone that no one else has. The capture and release rhythms, the call and response between the two...


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Concrete Catalyst (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Exile on Mainstream   Origin: Germany
What comes out of the speakers deserves only one description: M.O.N.S.T.R.O.U.S! In every possible way. Monstrous sound, monstrous songwriting, monstrous class! In 2010, Beehoover push their ridiculously powerful vehicle in a different direction without losing grip. It is still there - thee Beehoover sound that makes this band so special. Bass and drums, nothing else and a tone that no one else has. The capture and release rhythms, the call and response between the two...


Beehoover: Heavy Zooo (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2008
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Heavy Zooo (CD) (Import)

Label: Exile on Mainstream   Origin: Germany
With just bass and drum, Beehoover has crafted a heavy album that swings. And not in the “Yeah, I get it” foot tapping sense – I mean you can see the riffs round up like a wrecking ball and loop around and crash right into your gut. It's the mud-thick dope slapping rock of the Melvins mixed with the insanely natural sense of groove Queens of the Stone Age had on their first album. And nuanced too. This one goes way beyond “very creative and interesting.” Don't wait an...


Beehoover: The Sun Behind the Dustbin (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2006
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The Sun Behind the Dustbin (CD) (Import)

Label: Exile on Mainstream   Origin: Germany
If there's a void left by the lack of guitar, it's one they acknowledge and embrace. Most of the songs on The Sun Behind the Dustbin focus on the fact that the band is one solid rhythm section. They don't bludgeon you with sound; instead they compose songs that exist in the groove. That doesn't prevent them from stretching out, though – the title track in particular is an impressive jam that is as psychedelic as it is intricate and heavy. That drummer Claus-Peter Hami...


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