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Originally released in 1988, Triptych was the fifth album by The Bevis Frond. This sprawling classic features the track Lights Are Changing which is one of their very best songs. It also featured on the classic psych compilation, Children Of Nuggets, which showcased the best of a second wave of psychedelic rock, a category in which The Bevis Frond are quite comfortable.


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Triptych by The Bevis Frond
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7 people love this record. Be the 8th!

7/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 19th July 2015

Basically, this album is worth buying for the track "Lights Are Changing" an incredibly catchy slice of pre-Teenage Fanclub sounding bliss. "Triptych" is an onslaught of psychedelia and picks bits from The Beatles and early Pink Floyd and pretty much any other prominent '60s psychedelic band you care to mention. The best songs have great hooks and walls of psychedelic lo-fi guitar. Things can get a bit self-indulgent, however. The 19-minute "Tangerine Infringement Beak" is too long but there are great songs dotted around this album.


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