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Album Review

Generic, at times tedious, minor-key psychedelia with strong hints of Iron Butterfly and the Doors. The Iron Butterfly elements gain the much stronger hand, with the occasional strong moment emerging when the vocal harmonies come to the fore. The CD adds six bonus tracks: four alternate takes of songs from the album and two folk-rock flavored tracks (including a female vocalist) cut in 1967, when they were known as Stonehenge.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s

An obscure San Francisco-area group that cut one extremely rare album in 1968, Armageddon (recorded at Leo Kulka's Golden State Recorders, and issued on MTA), which is highly valued in some collector circles. Actually, they don't rank as a very impressive find, in fact epitomizing some of the period's least enduring excesses. They originally recorded under the name Stonehenge, with a female vocalist, before assuming their more familiar name, and left behind a good deal more than an album's worth...
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