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Time Traveling Blues
Orange Goblin
Time Traveling Blues
Genres: Rock, Metal
 
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Rarely comes along an album that bridges the gap between generations, but with Orange Goblin's second album 'Time Travelling Blues', they have done it & rather seamlessly at that. At last, bikers from the '60s into Iron Bu...  more »

      
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All Artists: Orange Goblin
Title: Time Traveling Blues
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Music Cartel
Release Date: 2/2/1999
Genres: Rock, Metal
Styles: Alternative Metal, Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 656953001627

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Rarely comes along an album that bridges the gap between generations, but with Orange Goblin's second album 'Time Travelling Blues', they have done it & rather seamlessly at that. At last, bikers from the '60s into Iron Butterfly, Vanilla Fudge & Steppenwolf, stoners from the '70s into Grand Funk, Deep Purple & Motorhead, and '90s druggies into White Zombie, Monster Magnet & Metallica can bang their collective heads! Nine potent tracks, each a brain-numbing trip. 1998 Rise Above Records release.

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Orange Goblin
Beavis | 03/18/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I'm not a kid, kinda wished I was again but oh well. I couldn't help bu review this. This review covers everything Orange Goblin has put out, it is great. Very good riffs, as can be expected from the, "stoner" bands, has a groove to it that makes you see lava lamps. I like to call it, "feel-good rock". Kyuss, Queens of Stone Age, Fu Manchu, Monster Magnet, Dozer, Hermano, I can go on and on and believe I'm getting older and sometimes I do go on and on. A few of the other reviewers made interesting comments. One was talking about not liking Metallica because of the angry lyrics, agreed 100%. I have been sick of the typical metal bands since Metallica's Load album. I'm not at all knocking them because Metallica is a great band but it's nice to hear bands like Orange Goblin and the ones I named that sound like they are just a bunch guys out jamming til the sun rises. My wife who despises heavy metal has found that she even likes the stoner rock bands but if I throw Slayer in she gets up and leaves the room. Did someone say they dance to this music? Alright now, I'm not trying to make this a macho review but unless you are a female, thigh-high boots and fishnet hose on, I don't need to know but I ger what you are saying, it's the groove of it. The last is the person who said to get Clutch. Clutch is a great band and I have been a fan since they come out but don't go ripping another stoner band, go review a rap cd and tell them to listen to Clutch. Most people reading these know who Clutch is. Horns up, hair flying...."
ORANGE GOBLIN,S AWESOME PSYCHEDELIC 2ND ALBUM TIME TRAVELLIN
Paul Mcguinn | chicago il usa. | 07/12/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)

"orange goblin released time travelling blues in 1998.time travelling blues is orange goblin,s 2nd album.time travelling blues defineatly continues the psychedelic metal grooves that the first album[frequencies from planet ten]was chock full of.i think orange goblin,s first three records have been their best so far.there is alot to like on this album if you like psychedelic metal.to me their sound is like a mixing of metallica,black sabbath and sometimes a bit like pink floyd.i just got this album today and i really like it. for me the best cuts are;blue snow,shine,solarisphere,time travelling blues,lunarville 7,airlock 3,nuclear guru, and the man who invented time.if you like orange goblin you probably already know this album is a classic and if you are a newcomer to orange goblin this album and frequenices from planet ten would be great starting points!!if you get this one turn it up and go on psycedelic metal journey into the dark beyond!!!"