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9 comments on “ The Shakes - Priestess - Hello Master (CD, Album)

  1. It is the positive intensity and true passion along with guitar riffage powerful enough to brand itself into brain tissue, this band achieves pure sonic bliss through genuine heavi-osity and uncompromised melodic hookery. Their debut album "Hello Master" is a mighty contributor to the world of rock 'n 'roll.4/4(19).
  2. Hello Master (CD) Priestess Label Releases. Six Demon Bag [Record Store Day] (LP) Man Man Blue Screen Life [Record Store Day] (LP) Pinback The Man In Turban With Blue Face [Record Store Day] (LP) Man Man Pinback [Record Store Day] (LP) Pinback Escapers 2: Grind Pop (CD).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Orange Vinyl release of Hello Master on Discogs.
  4. Hello Master is the debut studio album by Canadian hard rock band Priestess. Recorded with producer Gus van Go, the album was initially released on October 18, , by Indica Records in Canada and on later dates in other regions. Its lyrics discuss typical rock n' roll themes such as love, violence and death, and its unusual sound for a hard rock record of the time is the result of producer.
  5. Label: RCA - • Format: CD Album, Promo Advance • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Stoner Rock, Hard Rock, Indie Rock Priestess - Hello Master (, Advance, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  6. Hello Master Priestess. Type: Full-length Release date: October 18th, Catalog ID: INDCD Label: Indica Records Format: CD Reviews: 2 reviews (avg. 79%) Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. I Am the Night, Colour Me Black Priestess Delivers With 87%: elfo March 22nd,
  7. CD Review of Hello Master by Priestess Music Home / Entertainment Channel like Hello Master, the debut album from Canadian rockers They get their classic rock on with tracks like “Talk to Her” and “Shakes,” take it up a notch and crank up the tempo to near-thrash levels with the effects-laden “Living Like a Dog” and the.
  8. Jun 13,  · Throughout Hello Master the band’s attempts to feel-it-and-steal-it get blown out by their own originality, whether they’re turning Jimi Hendrix-inspired riffs into their own tones on “Everything That You Are” or narrowly escaping AC/DC comparisons on standout cut “The Shakes.”.

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