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Bigelf - Hex (CD, Album)

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  1. Bigelf - Hex music CD album at CD Universe, Japan edition expected to include an extra track, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  2. BIGELF backs it up, and then some, on an album that distills an entire decade into one potent, heady brew of psychedelic power pop, proto-metal, arena rock and heavy riff bashing. When I say the entire decade of the s, I mean it — the opening track is a better "Sabotage"-era BLACK SABBATH song than you could possibly imagine.
  3. 'Cheat the Gallows' was the first Bigelf album I heard, purchased off the back of hearing 'Money, It's Pure Evil'. Upon first listen, I was blown away. As a fan of classic rock music and powerpop, I was immediately captured by the opening call to arms, reminiscent of Spilt Milk era Jellyfish mixed with early Alice Cooper/5(34).
  4. Hex, an Album by Bigelf. Released in on EastWest (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Hard Rock, Progressive Rock. Featured peformers: Damon Fox (vocals, organ, Mellotron, synthesizer, piano, guitar, producer), Ace Mark (lead guitar, rhythm guitar, slide guitar), Duffy Snowhill (bass), Froth (drums, gong), Carl Granberg (engineer), Ian Lehrfeld (engineer, .
  5. Mar 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bigelf - Closer To Doom () - Full Album YouTube BIGELF performs at Progressive Nation at Sea (Part 1), Thursday Feb 20th - Duration: Serhio
  6. But make no mistake, Bigelf are indeed Sab-heads, as evidenced by such delightful metal plodders as the album-opening "Mad Hatter," as well as "Sunshine Suicide" and "Carry the Load." Bigelf's Hex should appeal equally to doom metallists and Wolfmother admirers.7/
  7. Jan 06,  · Disclaimer: I do not own the contents of this video. The music, lyrics, and artwork presented here belong to their respective owners. I do not make any claim.
  8. Hex is a beautiful thing: everything a retro-keyboards fanatic pursues, something a classic hard rock fan will appreciate, and even vintage prog-heads can swing to these jams. Once a trio and now a quartet with the addition of a fulltime bassist, Bigelf's influences are overt yet the writing avoids plagiarism like, well, the plague.

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