Album Review

Freak Out Total Volume 33 [coll] – [Mucho Gusto]

surferrosa   11/9/2011   12-inch, International

The psychedelic sounds of the French underground in the late 60s- early 70s. This is a collection of rock-pop-psych courtesy of our french hippy friends out of both Quebec and France 1967-1973. If you are a lover of the 60s, you will know these sounds. Plenty of that hit-the-spot fuzzy fuzz fuzz, with a catchy, groovy and sometimes funky flair. The liner notes tell me that A3 is announcing the birth of the Antichrist (though its hard for me to confirm this using my ears since my French skills are more than lacking), and A5 is an ode to cannabis- l’herb magnifique! B2 is a hippy dippy ode to Woodstock little ditty with a few english words sprinkled in for your not so french speaking self. Total freakout might be an overstatement, but this certainly does get a bit freaky. Think Texas Flashbacks, Nuggets or Pebbles..only French. Bon Appetit! – Surfer Rosa

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