Smacks Of Euphoric Hysteria (4:30)

Cover of Unorthodox Behaviour

From Unorthodox Behaviour and 1 other release

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  • SimbaLaBim

    foremost a lousy speakor checker, innit? another bombast note and the wall of sound goes super saucernitch. The rest of the world is spoiling the weak tea, cheerioké tha'.

    2 Apr 2012 Reply
  • sed1skinbase

    Ye-HA!!!! FINALLY The way I KNEW Phil!!

    20 Dec 2011 Reply
  • phfobric

    Jazz, fusion usually has a "Headline" and improvisations revolve around one. It's more geometry than music on one level. Brand X is more Hard rock than jazz to me, Masques being the pinnacle of their efforts, and Phil wasn't on this one, imhfo. If you missed the humor throughout Brand X's CD's, you just didn't get it. Goodsall and Jones, GENIUS. J Peter since Quatermas and JCSuperstar, Lumley here. BRILLIANT

    26 Mar 2011 Reply
  • jfmax2000

    JAZZ FROM OUTER SPACE!!!! .... JFMAX2000

    17 Mar 2010 Reply
  • MrBuddyDoot

    OUCH! (LOL)

    9 Jan 2010 Reply
  • dubhdavidblack

    snooze, I mean this in the nicest way, but fuck you :)

    1 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Negoba

    Phenomenal album

    8 Jun 2009 Reply
  • Snooz

    Fusion seem per definition to be about a semi-strange riff repeated in a weird time signature, onto funky drums and a "futuristic" synth doing "impossible" stuff. Don't get me wrong I love this, but the framework of many songs are really quite the same :)

    17 Dec 2008 Reply

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