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The Shining Path - The Shining Path
The Shining Path from The United States were again unknown to me, but it needs to be reviewed. Their album is self titled and that�s the only thing I know about it. It is really not appropriate music to listen to, stoned, drunk, sober�. I have heard this record in every possible state of mind and I still don�t get it. I suppose it�s some noisy retro-punk, totally psychedelic.
This could be interpreted as positive, but for me it really isn�t. The music is a weird noise with too many spaced out effects, but the timing is completely wrong. I like Sunn O))) and I can even listen to The Locust, but this is shit, and I am really calling it shit like in shit that is not cool. I don�t care how many musicians are in this band and what freaked instrument they play. This is really too much for me.
I have this album in my possession for about 3 months now, and the reason why I waited so long with this review is simply because I can�t compel myself to listen to it. I have done so now, 4 times actually, and as I said before, in every state of mind� I can�t do anything with this album. Perhaps it has been an awful shitload of work to complete or create this, but that does not alter the fact I do not like it. Period.
The Shining Path - The Shining Path
35/1001Details Holy Mountain
Released on Monday Jun 4th, 2007
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Writer @Mat-Core on Tuesday Nov 13th, 2007

Tags: #The Shining Path
Tracklisting 1: I Think I Am Becoming God
2: Hadliku Ner
3: Moroccan Summer
4: The Day When He Himself Shall Wipe Away My Tears
Line up Guitar - Ilja Manosov
Bass, Analog Synth, Organ, Vocals - Preston Swirnoff
Drums - Brandon Relf