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ONCE HALLUCINATION UNDER GOD

A Devil's Din

Crossover Prog


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5 stars Released on quality CDs through Island Dive Records imprint, 'One Hallucination Under God' is the third full-length album by Monreal-based psychedelic-rock band A DEVIL'S DIN. It presents a bunch of sensible, playful, and cheerful Retro-Psychedelic songs blending in its own original way influences from various 60-80's Pop, Psychedelic, and Progressive music trends. The trio's songs can excite or contrary loosen up your mind, can pet or scare, but everything here is just for fun. It's a fun journey. Each song here has an individual stylistic shade and demonstrates top-level song-writing and performing skills of the musicians. Arguably, this is the best recording of the band to date. Highly recommended! But be careful, 'One Hallucination Under God' is not a Crossover Prog album! Check out their second album, 'Skylight' or 13-minute digital single 'I'm Freaking Out: The Saga of The Missing Child', if you're searching for more proggy stuff.
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