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The Chocolate Watchband No Way Out Plus(1967)(1993 Ace Rem )[EAC FLAC]

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Name:The Chocolate Watchband No Way Out Plus(1967)(1993 Ace Rem )[EAC FLAC]

Total Size: 155.41 MB

Magnet: Magnet Link

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Leechers: 1

Stream: Watch Online @ Movie4u

Last Updated: 2015-04-10 20:00:33 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-28 21:04:43




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Artwork (Size: 155.41 MB) (Files: 32)

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 02 - In The Midnight Hour.flac

13.43 MB

 07 - Gone And Passes By.flac

10.35 MB

 10 - Gossamer Wings.flac

9.98 MB

 12 - Baby Blue.flac

9.56 MB

 15 - Milk Cow Blues.flac

9.48 MB

 11 - Sweet Young Thing.flac

9.37 MB

 13 - Misty Lane.flac

9.07 MB

 01 - Let's Talk About Girls.flac

9.01 MB

 18 - Misty Lane (Alternative Take).flac

8.74 MB

 05 - Hot Dusty Road.flac

7.97 MB

 14 - She Weaves A Tender Trap.flac

7.57 MB

 06 - Are You Gonna Be There (At The Love-In).flac

7.40 MB

 04 - Dark Side Of The Mushroom.flac

7.32 MB

 08 - No Way Out.flac

7.15 MB

 09 - Expo 2000.flac

6.84 MB

 16 - Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying.flac

6.68 MB

 03 - Come On.flac

5.77 MB

 17 - Since You Broke My Heart.flac

5.75 MB

 cover.jpg

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 thewall.jpg

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 The Chocolate Watchband - No Way Out...Plus.log

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 No Way Out...Plus.cue

3.31 KB

 info.txt

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 The Chocolate Watchband - No Way Out...Plus.m3u

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Torrent description

Releaser: thewall

Extractor: EAC 0.99 prebeta 4
Read Mode: Secure with NO C2, accurate stream, disable cache.
Codec: Flac 1.2.1; Level 8
Source: Original CD
Artwork: Full Scans 300dp


No Way Out is a prime example of late sixties psychedelic. Tracks like In the Midnight Hour and Misty Lane are simply `poptastic', a wonderful listen if you're into retro kitch. But you get the feeling that such songs are concessions to the contemporary market. The band themselves would most likely rather be playing blues-influenced, Stones-esque numbers like Let's Talk about Girls and Sweet Young Thing. They do both styles very well and the combination would be enough to satisfy most listeners, but there's more. The title track and the infamous Are You Gonna be There (at the Love In), to name but a couple, nudge the album toward the genre in which it most happily sits: garage psych. And that, for most, is the end of the story: the Chocolate Watch Band were a talented but under-appreciated psych band that started off as Stones emulators and went on to record a first-rate underground album, marred only by a few `sell-out' tracks. I disagree! The pop tunes are excellent in their own right. And there's an aspect to No Way Out that is totally ignored by such received wisdom. There's another weirder, and altogether darker side to the album, present in experimental pieces like Gossamer Wings, Expo 2000 and - best of all - Dark Side of the Mushroom. This for me, and for many now just discovering the Chocolate Watch Band, is the interesting stuff. Apparently it was notoriously difficult to reproduce live and thus was considered by the fans to be `not really the Watch Band' but rather some unholy, studio-born evil twin. I say, nonsense to that. No Way Out is a psychedelic classic. No matter what species of that particular musical genre you prefer, it's well worth a purchase.



Track Listings

1. Let's Talk About Girls
2. In The Midnight Hour
3. Come On
4. Dark Side Of The Mushroom
5. Hot Dusty Road
6. Are You Gonna Be There (At The Love In)
7. Gone And Passes By
8. No Way Out
9. Expo 2000
10. Gossamer Wings
11. Sweet Young Thing
12. Baby Blue
13. Misty Lane
14. She Weaves A Tender Trap
15. Milk Cow Blues
16. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin'
17. Since You Broke My Heart
18. Misty Lane (Alternative Take)

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