All Out Revolution, the second album by Chicago psych rockers The Red Plastic Buddha, finds a band at the full height of their creative powers. Recorded at Chicago’s Joyride Studios with Grammy winning engineer Brian Leach, All Out Revolution takes The Red Plastic Buddha out of the psychedelic underground and into the light with radio friendly psychedelia that is at once melodic, modern and powerful. AOR delivers on the promise of the debut Sunflower Sessions, and features eleven new original songs, including singles Daisy Love, King of the Underground and the prog/ psych epic Waves as well as a blistering remake of the 60s Electric Prunes classic Too Much to Dream Last Night. Imagine Arthur Lee channeling Syd Barrett using Anton Newcombe’s Ouija board, and you’ve got a pretty good feel for the sound of The Red Plastic Buddha.

Release date: July 14, 2011
Recorded, mixed and mastered at JoyRide Studios, Chicago, IL.
Produced by Timothy Ferguson
Engineered by Brian Leach
Mastered by Blaise Barton

The Red Plastic Buddha:
Timothy Ferguson - bass guitar, lead vocals
Todd Lazar - lead guitar
David Kling - drums, percussion
Matt Walters - keyboards, guitar
Pamela Richardson - guitars, slide guitar, backing vocals
with
Brian Leach - additional keyboards, melodica
Jennifer Williams - backing vocals
Chris Tiritilli - sitar
Mary Weingartner - violin, viola
Rob Gaczol - spoken word

Available from Space Cat Records (SCR001)

Edited by auntiefashions on 19 Aug 2011, 03:24

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