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Lights - Colour Haze - All (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. A limited edition of copies: Colour Haze - All in heavy gatefold cloth-bound packaging was also released. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All Cat#/5().
  2. Colour Haze’s “All” lives up to its name. It seems to capture practically “All” of Colour Haze’s reach and breadth in one single amazing disc. Each album they have released has been, to me, a .
  3. Tempel, an Album by Colour Haze. Released 1 September on Elektrohasch (catalog no. ELEKTROHASCH ; CD). Genres: Stoner Rock, Heavy Psych, Psychedelic Rock. Featured peformers: Colour Haze (aka_text music role_id aka_text), Manfred Merwald (drums), Philipp Rasthofer (bass), Stefan Koglek (guitar, vocals, aka_text lyrics role_id aka_text, producer), Willi .
  4. All was Colour Haze's ninth studio album and overall I think it's just about as good as their previous record Tempel. The album is a fine working mix of heavier and gentler material. My biggest favourite of these songs could be "Lights" but the rest of the songs are all more or less entertaining as well.
  5. Recorded live at the Colour Haze rehearsal place october Except: Pulse and vocal overdubs recorded october Transmitter recorded and mixed in december Mixed at the ARA-Tonstudio, München end of Live shots [ ], London (c) & (p) Colour Haze – (in booklet) (c) + (p) Colour Haze (on disc).
  6. Dutch reissue on clear vinyl. The early work of this extraordinary band, now remastered. Non-traditional song structures with long instrumental interludes, fluid, melodically and rhythmically inventive bass lines, varied and intricate drum work, and long, fluid guitar lines that seem to combine the patience and intonation of David Gilmour with the purple expressiveness of Hendrix/5(5).
  7. Well, Colour Haze's self-titled album has taken me back to that experience, and I can honestly say that this is the best stoner/psychedelic album I have listened to for a long, long time. For those unaware of the band, they hail from Germany, led by Stefan Koglek who /5(14).
  8. One can trace a line from earlier works like ’s Periscope, ’s CO2, ’s Ewige Blumenkraft (reissue review here) and ’s Los Sounds de Krauts — their first double-album — on through Colour Haze, Tempel, ’s All and into their latter-day works and find no point at which they did not push themselves to find new.

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