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Mr. Hudson

Fancy listening to my old band?

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This is sort of a live album we did within about 4 hours in the back end of no where in Hampshire, England. I was quite drunk at the time, and the only member to be inebriated as well :/

I should mention some other details haha. We were a 3 piece stoner/blues rock band. Unfortunately we split up due to tensions between me and the singer/guitarist, Ed Richards... we're cool now, but no way we could go back. My good friend Tristan Horner is on bass, and I am on drums. Another thing was that it was never properly mixed, but that's self-evident! If you want the full impact you're gonna have to turn it up for it's raw sound!

If you listen, let me know what you think, and enjoy!

https://soundcloud.com/superfuzzband/sets/live-at-sound-on-sound

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PS. The band was called Superfuzz, now known as the Lightning Dogs. As an addition, this was the last song we recorded together in a different studio in Southampton, and I have to say although there are unfortunately no vocals on this particular track, I am very proud of the Bonham-esque sound we achieved for the drums. Check it out, it's a huge track - not mastered:

https://soundcloud.com/ovidiu-aursulesei/big-bad-wolf-instrumental

Damn lag on this forum right now :(

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Well, I was going to tear this up like Lester Bangs so imagine my disappointment when I found it ain't too bad after all. First ten minutes or so sound a bit like Black Sabbath meets Lenny Kravitz, and some sounds somewhat similar to Screaming Lord Sutch are thrown in around the 16:00 mark. The last couple of tracks would feel right at home on a Whitesnake album.

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Thanks for the kind words man, and you'd be right. the guitarist is heavily influenced by Sabbath and Hendrix.

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