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Podcast Episode
Season
Three
number
145
Type
Album Review
Post Date
Oct 22, 2013

Holy Barbarians

Cream

Label
Reprise Records
Release year
1996
Producer
Matt Hyde

The Cult's Ian Astbury nods to '60s psychedelia combined with modern keyboard-centric twists.

Jason has a pick for our latest episode, and it's an oddball among oddballs. Ian Astbury and The Cult towed the line between goth, hard rock and alternative, and after their break-up, he continued down the road less taken and formed Holy Barbarians. Their lone album, 1996's Cream, stands out with it's nods to '60s psychedelia combined with modern keyboard-centric twists. Our review of the self-titled 1994 Cult album ended with gushing praise, so how does the unofficial follow-up fare? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Space Junkie
  • 2:48 - History of the Band
  • 9:55 - You Are There
  • 12:32 - Dolly Bird
  • 20:27 - Brother Fights
  • Outro - Bodhisattva

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