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1 review | 4 people love this record: be the 5th! Crippled Black Phoenix have released their album in a ridiculous storm of confusion. It's out in a 2CD box set that apparently contains the albums The Resurrectionists and Night Raider, a single CD called 200 Tons of Bad Luck which collects some tracks from the box set and a double LP called 8 Songs which has six tracks that are on the other releases and two that are exclusive to the vinyl. Knobhe ... »

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200 Tons Of Bad Luck by Crippled Black Phoenix
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4 people love this record. Be the 5th!
6/10 Brett Staff review, 23 April 2009
Crippled Black Phoenix have released their album in a ridiculous storm of confusion. It's out in a 2CD box set that apparently contains the albums The Resurrectionists and Night Raider, a single CD called 200 Tons of Bad Luck which collects some tracks from the box set and a double LP called 8 Songs which has six tracks that are on the other releases and two that are exclusive to the vinyl. Knobheads. It's not even very good, the better bits are relatively decent epic post-rock reminiscent of a darker Mono or something but a fair chunk just sounds like Steppenwolf gone prog or something. Proper dad. There are little experimental bits every now and again but they can't help but come off as afterthoughts.. Really you'd have to expect more from a group containing members of Mogwai and ex-members of Electric Wizard.

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