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Passover is the debut album from Austin, Texas psychedelic rock band The Black Angels, released in 2006. A cover of Jimmy Cliff's "Vietnam" with modernized lyrics referring to the Iraq War is hidden after "Call To Arms". Nate Ryan - bass, guitar Stephanie Bailey - drums, percussion Christian Bland - guitar, bass, vocals Alex Maas - vocals, bass Jennifer Raines - drone machine all music by The Black Angels Publishing Co. (ASCAP) Recorded and Mixed by Erik Wofford at Cacophony Recording Studio (except tracks 5… read more



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  • Avatar for IgIanBarrett
    Best psychedelic album from the time of Ladies and Gentlemen We are Floating in Space. Maybe even since LA Woman. Amazing.
  • Avatar for Prosto_tosha
    Their best album, for sure. Played it countless times in my car.
  • Avatar for Barely-A-Vapor
    I find the lack of variation disappointing.. too many similarities in each of the songs.
  • Avatar for william_0191
    Their BEST without a doubt.
  • Avatar for starbearer-
    Seeing all the praise on this album, I suppose I'll catch a bit of flack, but... yeah... first few songs in and yeah... pretty sweet. But by song 6 you realize that there isn't a whole lot of variation in the song writing and instrumentation. Though by the time they put out that"Directions to See a Ghost" album they seemed to of fixed that a bit. I think passover is a great album... not quite as great as everyone has been saying it is. I'm pretty picky though, and I wouldn't hold it against anyone who does say that this album is the best ever.
  • Avatar for GeorgePetrenko
    best psych rock album of all time....probably [2]
  • Avatar for FleggoBimpkord
    Not my favorite band by a long shot. But my favorite album. By a long shot.
  • Avatar for seannyboy76
    Such a great album, I wish I could hear it all over again for the first time.
  • Avatar for KilgoreTrout2
    best psych rock album of all time....probably
  • Avatar for psychedali
    every song on this album is unforgettable and a masterpiece

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