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Kollected - The Best Of Kula Shaker

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Album Review

Even by famously fickle British pop standards, Kula Shaker's reign on top was brief. Famously over-hyped (usually by its own lead singer, Crispian Mills) and shamelessly derivative, the band's devotion to Indian textures and swirling 1960s psychedelia pegged them for charming-footnote status almost immediately. All of which makes Kollected a perfect album. Compiling the strongest material from the band's two studio albums, as well as single and compilation tracks, Kollected is really all the Kula Shaker that anyone besides Mills will ever need. [A Japanese version added a bonus DVD.]

Biography

Formed: 1995 in North London, London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

By reviving the swirling, guitar-heavy sounds of late-'60s psychedelia and infusing it with George Harrison's Indian mysticism and spirituality, Kula Shaker became one of the most popular British bands of the immediate post-Brit-pop era. More musically adept and experimental than Cast, Kula Shaker nevertheless worked the same vaguely spiritual lyrical territory, but musically they brought the overpowering rush of Oasis to psychedelia, a genre that the Mancunians had previously...
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