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Name:Black Mountain 2008 In The Future[

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Artist....: Black Mountain
Title.....: In the future
Rel. Date.: 2008
Type/Genre: Rock
Size......: 82mb
Format....: mp3
Bitrate...: 197

1. "Stormy High" - 4:32
2. "Angels" - 3:07
3. "Tyrants" - 8:00
4. "Wucan" - 6:01
5. "Stay Free" - 4:29
6. "Queens Will Play" - 5:15
7. "Evil Ways" - 3:25
8. "Wild Wind" - 1:42
9. "Bright Lights" - 16:37
10. "Night Walks" - 3:55

It's a funny old title, for a band that hark so clearly back to the thatch-shaking glory days of ‘70s rock--but for all their aesthetic groundings in the music of the past, it's pleasing to report that on second album In the Future, Vancouver's Black Mountain most certainly sound like a band chasing no-one's dream but their own. Within, you'll find musky, masculine rock with something of the technical proficiency and seismic grooves of Led Zeppelin, grandiose swathes of vintage synthesiser, jaded rock lullabies, and in the shape of "Bright Lights", a 17 minute song in several movements that travels from snaking, raga-like like beginnings to a solo-strewn thrash by way of one lengthy mid-section of funereal organ and a couple of bouts of blazing, horizon-chasing rock boogie. Newcomers tempted in by the presence of "Stay Free", Black Mountain's desolate cactus-soul contribution to the Spiderman III soundtrack, might at first be alarmed by In the Future's instinct for exploring rock's more cosmic reaches. But two songs lead by sultry-voiced bassist Amber Webber, "Queens Will Play" and the closing, valedictory "Night Walks", offer melodic gems amongst the hairy, progressive jams--a reminder that up the Black Mountain, it pays to take the rough with the smooth

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