Cranium Pie - Mechanisms Pt.1 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Cranium Pie - Mechanisms Pt.1 (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Kigis says:
    Jul 10,  · 'Mechanisms (Part 1)' is a brilliant progressive rock concept album about a fight between civilisations of crayfish and robots (aren't they all?). Swirling organ, searing guitar, wild fx - we think.
  2. Arazil says:
    Jan 17,  · a double LP, colour vinyl, gatefold sleeve - a follow-up to 'Mechanisms 1' (surprisingly), which was voted Classic Rock magazine's "bonkers prog album of the year, ".
  3. Akinogar says:
    Jan 16,  · Mechanisms 2 due out late March on vinyl (double lp). See orecracciadroponetinloratingden.xyzinfo for pre-orders etc. CD quality download here: orecracciadroponetinloratingden.xyzinfo
  4. Tor says:
    Now here we have the first full album offered by this promising UK psych prog band CRANIUM PIE - under way since and therefore a relatively new crew on the scene by all means. 'Mechanisms Pt. 1' is announced as a concept album, however the real truth, the deeper sense behind this seems to be self-contained, remains mysterious.
  5. Akikazahn says:
    g coloured vinyl pieces limited So what happens when a brilliant progressive rock band from Wiltshire decides to create a full-blown prog concept album about a fight between civilizations of robots and crayfish? They evoke the spirit of the great sixties/seventies record labels - Harvest, Vertigo, Island - as well as bands such as Pink Floyd, Nektar, Frank Zappa, The Nice and Caravan.
  6. Tecage says:
    Cranium Pie - Mechanisms - The Movie (prog rock concept album) 'Zones' - from Cranium Pie's new album ' Mechanisms (Pt 1)' (prog rock concept album) by FruitsdeMer2. Cranium Pie.
  7. Gardalar says:
    "Mechanisms Pt. 1" is their full length debut album, and was released in the fall of anyone with affection for psychedelic progressive rock of the true vintage variety should find this disc to be a very interesting one, true to form in sound, performance and production.
  8. Kilmaran says:
    Jan 27,  · It’s the follow-up to ’s Mechanisms Part 1. The album, which is described as being “reminiscent of late 60s/early 70s keyboard-driven progressive rock,” contains four tracks, each one taking up a full side of the vinyl edition. Cranium Pie say of the concept: “Bravely the last band on Earth clung to survival, transmitting their.

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