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Avenger (Color) (Vinyl LP)


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 PRICE: $16.99
 FORMAT: Vinyl LP
 LABEL: At a Loss
 RELEASED: 2012
 ORIGIN: USA
 ITEM #: ATH-9181
 SPECIAL FEATURES:
  • Limited edition of only 500 copies. White and black splatter on purple vinyl. Includes a download code for the entire album. Guest appearances by Mastodon's Brent Hinds, Melvins' Dale Crover and Neurosis' Scott Kelly.

TRACKLIST:

  1. Avenger
  2. The Fool
  3. Mainline
  4. Calling All Curs
  5. Rose
  6. Opus
  7. Leaves
  8. Snag
  9. Waning Divine
"What has once evolved from an expressionistic Melvins homage (i.e. Monoli and Mysterioso) to a crunky interpretation of Zeppelin (2008's Milagrosa) has now become an investigative plow through '60s psychedelia, '70s trash punk and desert moon hysteria. If you're listening carefully, you'll also grab some smartly-tapped funk out of the mix. As usual, Totimoshi hardly rings predictable on Avenger and the audile experience, while decidedly stepped back from 2006's forceful Ladron and far more abrasive than Milagrosa, leaves a buzzing, hankering hangover inside the listener's ear. "
Ray Van Horn, Jr.




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Totimoshi: Avenger (CD) (Cover Art)
Price: $10.99
Released: 2011
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Totimoshi
Avenger (CD)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Guest appearances by Mastodon's Brent Hinds, Melvins' Dale Crover and Neurosis' Scott Kelly. What has once evolved from an expressionistic Melvins homage (i.e. Monoli and Mysterioso) to a crunky interpretation of Zeppelin (2008's Milagrosa) has now become an investigative plow through '60s psychedelia, '70s trash punk and desert moon hysteria. If you're listening carefully, you'll also grab some smartly-tapped funk out of the mix. As usual, Totimoshi hardly rings predic...


Totimoshi: Avenger (Color) (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
Price: $16.99
Released: 2012
Only 1 Left
In Stock
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Totimoshi
Avenger (Color) (Vinyl LP)

Label: At a Loss   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 500 copies. White and black splatter on purple vinyl. Includes a download code for the entire album. Guest appearances by Mastodon's Brent Hinds, Melvins' Dale Crover and Neurosis' Scott Kelly. What has once evolved from an expressionistic Melvins homage (i.e. Monoli and Mysterioso) to a crunky interpretation of Zeppelin (2008's Milagrosa) has now become an investigative plow through '60s psychedelia, '70s trash punk and desert moon hysteria. ...


Totimoshi: Ladron (Re-issue) (CD) (Cover Art)
Price: $13.99
Released: 2007
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Totimoshi
Ladron (Re-issue) (CD)

Label: Volcom   Origin: USA
Take Oxbow’s perverted honesty, Bongzilla’s sludgy guitar attack, and Helmet’s crushing harmonies and you’ve got yourself a recipe for a thick stew dubbed Ladron. Tapping Page Hamilton of Helmet infamy to produce their album, Totimoshi show why they’ve become one of the more sought after tour mates on the stoner rock circuit. Oakland is known for many things but not so much psychedelic sludge rock but Totimoshi is slowly changing all of that.


Totimoshi: Milagrosa (CD) (Cover Art)
Price: $13.99
Released: 2008
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Totimoshi
Milagrosa (CD)

Label: Volcom   Origin: USA
Produced by Page Hamilton (Helmet). These songs run the gamut from the blazingly loud to the moodily quiet. Not many bands can switch between the two so easily. The production, once again by Helmet's Page Hamilton, captures the arid intensity of the band. Past releases could be described as The Melvins madness mixed with the Jesus Lizard's jittery weirdness with South American undertones, but Totimoshi's moved past that with Milagrosa. Five albums in and they're strong...


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