Sahaj Ticotin has the world record for male vocalists holding a B note...on a track that also mashes up Ludakris lyrics that mention a Shaq attack. That's fucking whacked haha. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjpUSZAG8-U&feature=youtu.be http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/ludacris/getback.html
Ra released an acoustic EP this month, [url=http://www.last.fm/music/RA/The+Best+of+Ra+Unplugged+EP]The Best of Ra Unplugged[/url], check it fans, on Amazon or the band's [url=http://vibedeck.com/ra--2]web store[/url].
Astral Projection + RA and others
Saturday 1 March 2014
"Exclusive live show from the Norwegian psytrance legends (established 1994) who will also be releasing a brand new album"
I was very disappointed with Critical Mass. Mainly Sahaj's voice. It's lacking the power they had particularly on the record Duality. That was really their best album. Critical Mass just didn't meet the mark. Musically it was still Ra but vocally it was disappointing.
I feel like these guys have almost lost their edge a bit, but made up for it in band maturity. Their songs aren't as driving and soaring on Critical Mass, but their songs have a much better flow to them, better builds, and it just comes across as less impulsive of a release. I like the matured sound, but I kind of miss the overly soaring, overly driving choruses of Black Sun. Still, I think they're a very solid band.
I would say no, and now that I've listened to the album cover to cover at least 5 times. I do like the album overall, but there are some songs that just aren't very good. Whether they tried something a little different, or added things to some songs that just didn't work. Overall just a little disappointing, only because black sun, from one, and duality were altogether great albums. On the other hand, the black sheep album.... wow talk about garbage.
You guys don't think you're being a little brash judging the album after just a day or two? I really didn't like "Black Sun" very much at all (Black Sheep was just a collection of demos) I think this sounds like the best stuff since From One and Duality at least. It's pretty good, I've never ranked Ra as a favorite band or anything but always have liked and respected Sahaj's song-writing skills. There's some creative elements in this record, some different spices. I'd give it like a 7/10, pretty good for an album that I wasn't even aware was coming out until about a month ago.
After listening to the Critical Mass album all the way through I would have to agree with YGT_BCRich. There are some brights spots in this album with some good songs, but there are a fair share of songs I just didn't like too much. Overall not bad, but not great.
everyone, i mean everyone, needs to go here and like this post http://www.facebook.com/sahaj.ticotin/posts/2388837519492, if theres 1000 likes RA will release a new album early 2012
if u cant LIKE it u should add Sahaj as a friend first, if u dont rly a big RA fan go LIKE it and u will def be a big RA fan with this new record, if u dont know who RA is - its a great band that toured with Seether, Ill Nino, Disturbed, Cold and all these bands that u love, their singer is also a producer/writer so some good bands like TRAPT, Downplay, Downstait, Ill Nino and others, if u want a song to check them out try Do You Call My Name, Broken Hearted Soul, Genocide and On My Side (!), GO LIKE THIS POST, WE NEED THAT RECORD