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Generally speaking, in the psychedelic era the further the music was formulated from its English-speaking cultural centers, the stranger and more garbled it became. Such was the case to some degree with the Spanish band Tabaco, which recorded the Desintegracion album in late 1971. Sung mostly in English, the record was a mishmash of punky garage rock with heavy blues and soul influences, fierce Santana-like instrumental rock with rocket noises (the title track), brooding psychedelia introduced by flamenco-like guitar, and… read more

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