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Sudden Death - Suddenly (1971)

Previously unreleased 1971 tapes of Long Island band on Led Zep bender, local hard rock with some pretty good tracks like "The zoo", operatic vocals and one of the best Rockadelic sleeves ever. (via acid arvhices)

Hysterical heavy rock madness from a strange combo that is reported to come from Long Island,New York and made this album in a N.Y studio and the year is 1972 according to Rockadelic, there is no band members listed either I tried to surf around a bit to find something but no luck. Sudden Deaths only Lp Suddenly is a satanical evil looking beast, just a look at the mournful cover, a photo of two blackrobed priests and a couple of children holding up a cross behind a pile of skulls, its probably taken in South America it looks like it, could be a tribe or something. Suddenly is a powerhouse album, with banchee like vocals killer guitar work and a awesome backing section, the tracklist varies from slow doomy atmospheric stuff like My Time Is Over and Road Back Home to power tunes like Leather Woman and Crazy Lady to the mellow melancholic Come Away With Me. The backgrounds of Sudden Death remains unknown where they came from and where they went, but Suddenly is a strong heavy acid rock album that gives a excellent documentation how powerful this band was. (via GL Productions)

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Sudden Death - Road Back Home


8 comments:

Crotchbat said...

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slyefocks said...

Thanks for this claasic gem. Time for the back lights!!!

Nils Tibor said...

Thank you very much for this rare stuff.

It sounds pretty good.

Nils

Anonymous said...

Hello
yes it is a classic,i am happy to listen that again
Thanks
Andre

Dub EMC said...

Good stuff!
Thanx!

Anonymous said...

yeah its great album...

thanks...

black acid...

pereira said...

Hi,

The cover pic comes from the unedited film "¡Que viva México!", shot in 1932 by the famous russian film maker Sergei M. Eisenstein.

Thank you for sharing it...

Greetings

PEREIRA

Anonymous said...

Thank you!