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The rare stoner rock band that doesn't sound like a bad imitation of Zuma-era Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Black NASA distill their sound on their aptly-named second album. Finding a fruitful middle ground between the pop-smarts of Queens of the Stone Age or Foo Fighters and the boogie-fried jamming of the likes of Fu Manchu, singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Chris Kosnik is at his best on songs like "Colony," which marries a catchy verse melody to some open-ended guitar freakouts, as opposed to more aimless, solo-based stomps like "Hut Nut," but the album's only real misstep is a pointless one-minute iteration of Run-D.M.C.'s "You Be Illin'" that closes the record, detracting from the hard rock intensity and shout-along chorus of the album's proper closer, "New World." A few more songs like that monster and Black NASA could catapult to the top of the stoner rock class.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Following the dissolution of the Atomic Bitchwax in early 2002, bassist/vocalist Chris Kosnik turned his attention to his other on-going project, Black Nasa — yet another New Jersey-based stoner rock power trio. But, unlike the Bitchwax, which specialized in highly virtuosic psychedelic space rock, Kosnik and his new Black Nasa cohorts, guitarist Duane Hutter and drummer Corey Stubblefield Black Nasa prefer a far more restrained and straightforward hard rock approach. Focusing on band interplay...
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