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1 review | Only 1 person has said they love this record: be the 2nd! Another psychedelic rock outfit on the Sacred Bones label, Psychic Ills’ fourth album ‘One Track Mind’ will make fans of early Primal Scream and BRMC very happy, singer Tres Warren even has that Bobby Gillespie drawl to his voice, ‘Might Take A While’ has hints of country rock in there and ‘Depot’ is like a slowed down Queens Of The Stone Age!This is very ... »

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One Track Mind by Psychic Ills
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6/10 Ian Staff review, 14 February 2013

Another psychedelic rock outfit on the Sacred Bones label, Psychic Ills’ fourth album ‘One Track Mind’ will make fans of early Primal Scream and BRMC very happy, singer Tres Warren even has that Bobby Gillespie drawl to his voice, ‘Might Take A While’ has hints of country rock in there and ‘Depot’ is like a slowed down Queens Of The Stone Age!

This is very sleepy, lazy music that would probably sound great on a hot summer’s afternoon sippin’ beer from a bottle, it’s all very empty sounding with gently strummed guitars and echo whispered vocals, the tempo never really picks up that much except on ‘I Get By’ but even then it feels like the band could fall asleep at any moment!

‘City Sun’ stands out quite a lot for me with its Dylanesque acoustic guitar and harmonica and ‘Western Metaphor’ is back to the usual psychedelic repetition, nothing much to shout about here but it has its moments and could ease the soul after a stressful day at the office!


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