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Monument - The First Monument flac album

Monument  - The First Monument flac album Performer: Monument
Title: The First Monument
MP3 album: 1586 mb
FLAC album: 1184 mb
Rating: 4.8
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By 1971, when this album was first released, it had become somewhat trendy amongst the underground fraternity to actively participate in practises such as ritual magic, occult arts and various other esoteric customs. While special imagery and gimmicks were an all important part of such groups presentation there were those, like Monument, whose fascination for the occult drove them away from seeking to glamourise their image.

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Their only album, "The First Monument", is the result of an all-night, drunken jam session involving the four members of Zior. The album features a heavy, distorted, Hammond-drenched sound, and Zior's trademark occult lyrical themes. This proved to be last outing of Zior. Jake Brewster (drums) Marve Fletchley (bass) Steven Lowe (vocals, keyboards) Wes Truvor (guitar). Other Versions (5 of 10) View All. Cat.

By 1971, when this album was first released, it had become somewhat trendy amongst the underground fraternity to actively participate in practises such as ritual magic, occult arts and various other esoteric customs.

Recorded when the band’s name was MONUMENT. 1. Dog Man. 2. Stale Flesh. 3. Don't Run Me Down. 5. The Metamorphis Tango. 7. First Taste of Love. 9. Overture for Limp Piano in C. 10. I'm Coming Back.

Only for completionists (6%). There is no real point in denying the fact that obscurity and darkness holds a fascination with me. The more obscure an album, the more intrigued I get. Having said that, I must confess that I bear within me the bitter knowledge that only a handful of these obscurities holds up to scrutiny when it come sto the actual music