9 thoughts on “ Nuclear Guru - Orange Goblin - Time Travelling Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. album: "Time Travelling Blues" () 1. Blue Snow 2. Solarisphere 3. Shine 4. The Man Who Invented Time 5. Diesel (Phunt) 6. Snail Hook 7. Nuclear Guru 8. Lunarville 7, Airlock 3 9. Time Travelling Blues.
  2. "Time Travelling Blues" is the natural progression of a band. They scored a B+ with their debut, got through the baptism of fire, and in their second album, they appear to be much more focused, much more experienced and so much better songwriters. This .
  3. Listen free to Orange Goblin – Time Travelling Blues (Blue Snow, Solarisphere and more). 9 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at nislauzechipona.nogtitamosenzketcomproundfolanwaylant.infoinfo
  4. Apr 18,  · Time Travelling Blues, an Album by Orange Goblin. Released in on Rise Above (catalog no. CDRISE 18; CD). Genres: Stoner Metal. Featured peformers: Joe Hoare (guitar, writer), Martyn Millard (bass, writer), Pete O'Malley (guitar, writer), Chris Turner (drums, writer), Ben Ward (vocals, writer), Dave Chang (producer, engineer), Matt Bernard (assistant engineer), Hugh Burston /5(11).
  5. Buy Time Travelling Blues (CD) by Orange Goblin (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  6. Orange Goblin's classic sophomore album, originally issued in , is now being released on vinyl for the very first time! Following-up 's Frequencies From Planet Ten, the album takes off like a rocket with tracks like "Blue Snow," "Solarisphere," "Shine" and "The Man Who Invented Time" and never lets nislauzechipona.nogtitamosenzketcomproundfolanwaylant.infoinfo addition to the original 9-track album on limited edition LP, this package also.
  7. The "Nuclear Guru" track which later appeared on the band´s second full-length studio album "Time Travelling Blues ()", is a great stoner/doom metal track heavily influenced by Black Sabbath. As if I hadn´t mentioned Black Sabbath enough in this review, the second track by Orange Goblin on the split is a cover version of "Hand of Doom" by.
  8. Limited double vinyl LP repressing of this album from the British Stoner Metal band including a bonus ten inch EP with four bonus tracks. Goblin singer Ben Ward recalls the album: "Time Travelling Blues came very hot on the heels of Frequencies and is considered by a lot of people as their favorite Orange Goblin album/5(29).
  9. The first three studio albums under the name Orange Goblin, Frequencies from Planet Ten (), Time Travelling Blues (), and The Big Black () were in the stoner metal and doom metal genres,, and have also been described as space rock,, but on 's Coup de Grace they began to add punk rock, hard rock, and other influences to their sound.

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