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Technicolour Mother

Turn Me On Dead Man

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Album Review

San Francisco's Turn Me on Dead Man's second album plays like a journey into space. The album blends the headbanger-worthy riffs and hooks of stoner metal with the spacey nostalgia of psychedelic prog rock and the loud, raw energy of alternative rock. Guitarist, sitarist, and frontman Mykill Ziggy's detached vocals and effects pedals give the album a feeling of floating aimlessly in space. Technicolour Mother explodes with the exceedingly distorted prog rock instrumental "Child in the Sunburst Pyramid" and never lets up. The album is divided between melodies and full-on metal assaults. "Pharmaceutical Rainbows," with its onslaught of a suffocating heavy metal solo, sounds like it's ripping a black hole into outer space. On the other hand, "Galaxina" and "Her Planet Is Love" are sweet, but no less loud and distorted, with candy like vocals. Turn Me on Dead Man define their own genre, and Technicolour Mother is pure enjoyment. Advice: listen to this one loud; really loud.

Biography

Formed: 2000 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

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Formed in San Francisco in 2000, Turn Me on Dead Man are a psychedelic rock quintet with tinges of stoner metal (aka "heavydelic") and have gained notoriety in the Bay Area for the intensity and decibel level of their live shows. The band caught the eyes (with artwork for what would become the group's debut) and subsequently the ears of Jello Biafra, who signed them to his Alternative Tentacles label. The band released its first album, God Bless the Electric Freak, in 2005; Technicolour...
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