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Hapshash & The Coloured Coat

  out of 4 Music Review: Hapshash & The Coloured Coat

Artist: Hapshash & Coloured Coat
Genre: Rock
Release Date: September 1994

Review by Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
½ star out of 4

The only thing good about this LP is the fact that it was pressed on 180-gram virgin red vinyl, that's it. This is horrible music. It's obviously a disorganized bunch of drugged out hippies banging and clanging, mumbling, and chanting. If I handed my two small children some instruments, this is what it would sound like. There is some sitar, very little mind you, that is reminiscent of what The Beatles were doing back in 1967 when this album was recorded.

I never made it through the second side because it was so monotonous and boring, not to mention irritating. This is a rare occasion that I give such a poor review of Comet Records' product. What can say? I call a spade a spade. Enough said.

Side One

1. H-O-P-P-Why? 2. A Mind Blown Is A Mind Shown 3. The New Messiah Coming 1985 4. Aoum

Side Two

1. Empires Of The Sun



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