Sandwiched between 80s metal and 90s alternative, Mind Funk occupy the same limbo space as Mother Love Bone and Saigon Kick.
Sandwiched between 80s metal and 90s alternative, Mind Funk occupy the same limbo space as Mother Love Bone and Saigon Kick. We’re checking out their self-titled 1991 debut, a mix of big metal riffs, groove rock with funk influences and some slow burn nods to what would later be called desert or stoner rock. While Jason was familiar with this from when it was released and bought it on cd when it came out, Tim had never heard a note prior to reviewing the record. Does it still hold up for Jason? Is it a worthwhile discovery for Tim? Tune in to find out.
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