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Joy Heights


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.00 | 1 ratings

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3 stars For them, bad words (e.g. crazy, beastly, rampant...) seem to be fine and good appreciations.

I'm sure it's natural they have enough experience, skill and talent. Trust me, especially their rhythm section can strongly and aggressively beat and knock us. And, to be funny, we can be relaxed by another funky and crazy voice. As above mentioned by me, the sound essence of this band is percussion and bass guitar, and there's no suspicion about that. However, the most important thing is their thought and stance for ROCK MUSIC. Yes, I suggest they think Rock Music as their life itself. Namely, it is so natural they could meet and play fact, they have never told the story of their rendezvous and way to union. You bet! We have no need to tell their blooming story. Because they can enjoy playing with their crazy but natural style! I think it's nonsense I express about each song in the album. Please be absorbed in their playing that funky music all. :-)

DamoXt7942 | 3/5 |


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