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Anthem of the Sun [Bonus Tracks]

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Rainbow Of Sound

    When I first heard this album after seeing the Dead perform at Shoreline, I had to get used to extended jamming. Well, I listened to it a lot and now it's my favorite. New Potato Caboose is a very beautiful song. In my opinion, it will always be the closest thing to a poem being sung. I have never understood why many people revere Jerry Garcia as an excellent lead guitarist, yet they don't like the early stuff. This was Jerry Garcia at his primal most. If you want to hear something besides Sugar Magnolia and Truckin', buy this album. Listen to the live tracks of Alligator and Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) with the Feedback section. It will blow you away.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The trippiest album every made!

    This is by far one of the trippiest and best Dead albums ever. It starts with soft guitar and organ strains that give way the frenetic monster that would become "The Other One". "New Potato Caboose" and "Born Crosseyed" are delicious gems of psychedlia that take the listener to sonic plain of existence with endless possibilities. "Aligator" and "Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)" are the real treat of the album. Pigpen's vocals, combined with a trippy blues performance, and electronic feeback redifine what music can be. Buy this album!

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    Posted January 7, 2010

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