Give It Back! [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
With a name like this, it's pretty clear these guys have '60s on the brain, but as revivalist-type bands go, they're definitely above average. They could use more editing, though; this is their sixth album in about two years, and while no one complains about short value with a running time of 55 minutes, about half of this is run-of-the-mill pseudo-'60s garage/psych with too many indulgent guitar breaks. They get a lot more interesting when they slow things down to a wasted quasi-junkie folk-rock mode, similar in spirit to Nikki Sudden or early-'70s Stones. The spooky "The Devil," which sounds like a Satanic cousin to a Stones track like "Heart of Stone," is a ...
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All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
With a name like this, it's pretty clear these guys have '60s on the brain, but as revivalist-type bands go, they're definitely above average. They could use more editing, though; this is their sixth album in about two years, and while no one complains about short value with a running time of 55 minutes, about half of this is run-of-the-mill pseudo-'60s garage/psych with too many indulgent guitar breaks. They get a lot more interesting when they slow things down to a wasted quasi-junkie folk-rock mode, similar in spirit to Nikki Sudden or early-'70s Stones. The spooky "The Devil," which sounds like a Satanic cousin to a Stones track like "Heart of Stone," is a standout in this regard; "Malela" a close facsimile of the Chocolate Watch Band and "Salaam" show them to be one of the few '90s bands capable of intelligent use of sitars in a rock context; and "You Better Love Me Before I Am Gone," for a change of pace, is a goofy and not very good homage to Lee Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra's duet style. Inspired song title: "Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request."
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  • Release Date: 8/22/1997
  • Label: Bomp Records
  • UPC: 095081406827
  • Catalog Number: 4068

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Brian Jonestown Massacre Primary Artist
Jussi Tegelman Drums
Anton Newcombe Guitar, Drums, Vocals
Peter Hayes Guitar
Matt Hollywood Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Adam Hamilton Drums
Miranda Richards Guitar, Vocals
Technical Credits
Mark Chalecki Mastering
Anton Newcombe Sound Effects, Producer
Mark Dutton Engineer
Sam Morgan Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    the most varied one

    Give It Back is a classic pop album from a band who make classic pop. although this is not my favourite BJM album I would say that it is the most varied one. it starts with a drone tune that would not sound out of place on their debut album methodrone and then morphs into eastern influenced psychedelia as touched upon on Their Satanic Majesties Second Request, this album doesn't represent one particular mood so much as highlight the abilities of the band to change style and absorb influences from bob dylan and paul simon to my bloody valentine and jesus and mary chain. It would be a good starting point for someone wishing to check out BJM for the first time.

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