Cyborgs Revisited by Simply Saucer

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Vinyl Double LP £24.99 ITR300

Deluxe, expanded reissue 2LP on In The Red.

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Cyborgs Revisited by Simply Saucer
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10/10 Chris Wigger 28th January 2014

Simply Saucer's "Cyborgs Revisited" is the greatest secret in Canada's musical history! They tread a path between Pink Floyd's "Saucer Full of Secrets" and The Stooges "Funhouse". If you love Pink Floyd, The Velvet Underground, The Stones, The Stooges & krautrock pick this up! Solid 70's lost psych rock album. Is it possible to give something 1000 stars?


9/10 Henry 21st January 2014

If you have a fetish for going back in time an unearthing the lost treasures of yesteryear (Ok, somebody does all the work for us, we just buy it) then jump on this. You've seen the reviews: Early Pink Floyd meets the Stooges with some Hendrix guitar and Sun Ra electro. That's for the mind to decipher, I let the ears do the work. This is guitar hero stuff, and way more. Not like Steve Vai or Jeff Beck where you're either in awe of the fretwork or you're bored real fast cause there's no real band behind the man, this is a crack team of mercenaries out to assault your senses. Seeing them live would have pounded anybody into the floorboards. We're lucky to get a taste of that. As a bonus, the song sequence just barely prepares you for the final song, 'Illegal Bodies', which alone is worth the price of the album. The sound quality is brilliant considering they never had an expensive recording studio/producer. If they had, I'd give them 10/10.

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