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Reseña de álbum

Expecting Monster Magnet to change from art-sludge-psych monsters into sweet cuddlebunnies from album to album clearly demonstrates a loss of reason. Wyndorf himself doesn't need to worry about losing his reason in particular, given how psychotically entertaining his band already is, and Dopes to Infinity is about as far apart from Superjudge as the original Siamese twins were to each other. Maybe "Dopeheads to Infinity" would have been the better title, but as the title track fires up into another rampage of excessively flanged guitar, storming lead riff, and steady drum stomp, all criticisms get left behind along with any sort of sanity. Wyndorf's singing is a touch crisper in the mix this time out, while the guitar playing is even more powerfully direct and epic amidst all the space-out swirl and rockets to the moon. It's the secret weapon of the album as a whole, turning Monster Magnet's gift for the large scale into something that's almost uplifting, often connecting with a listener instead of dominating one. That Mellotron ("Look to the Orb for the Warning") and strings (the acoustic guitar-led "Blow 'Em Off") are evident along with the sitars, folky strums, and similar acid quease of past albums only makes sense as a result. Then again, songs like "Ego, the Living Planet" and "Theme From 'Masterburner'" do a great job at sounding like Thor battling Galacticus for control of the universe — no puny humans allowed. Lead single "Negasonic Teenage Warhead" became a minor hit, all the more surprising given how the band's idea of a commercial single features more processed guitar backing Wyndorf on the verses than the law normally allows. The catchy chug and scream of the chorus helps nail it, though, showing that Wyndorf can find the balance between his extreme and less-so sides when desired.

Reseñas de usuarios

All hail Dave Wyndorf the true bull god !!!

What else is there to say. This album truly ROCKS. I used to torture the old lady next door with this in my first apartment. Every song rocks. It's a great jam album. I actually played this cd everyday for about 2 years straight, it's just that good. If you love that slow HEAVY jam, you gotta get this.

One of the best. Ever.

Not only is this Monster Magnet's finest album but, in my oh so humble, yet expert opinion; Dopes To Infinity is one of the 10 best rock CDs ever. Without question. From start to finish this album rocks with a ferocity and intensity that is rarely seen in music, let alone in rock. Listen and enjoy for yourselves. You will not be disapponted.

I TALK TO PLANETS BABY

This is one of the BEST ROCK albums of all time...Monster Magnet Rocks my friends!!

Biografía

Se formó en: 1989 en Red Bank, NJ

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Retro-rock visionaries Monster Magnet spent much of the 1990s struggling against the prejudices imposed upon image and sound by alternative rock fashion nazis. In fact, it wasn't until that movement's late-'90s decline that the band's dogged persistence finally paid off and their fourth album, Powertrip, catapulted to gold sales status on the strength of its massive hard rock hit "Space Lord." In the meantime, Monster Magnet had managed to become one of the most successful and influential bands associated...
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