The Black Angels – Directions To See A Ghost (2008)(320 kb/s)

Name yourselves after one of the Velvet Underground’s most aggressively amelodic songs and package your second album in an op art burnt orange and chartreuse freakout and you’d better be able to deliver the psych-drone goods. What’s most impressive about the Black Angels’ Directions to See a Ghost is that not only does the Austin-based sextet deliver like few bands have been able to manage since Spacemen 3 split. -keep reading in… allmusic.

Track List:
01 – You On The Run (4:53)
02 – Doves (4:29)
03 – Science Killer (4:45)
04 – Mission District (5:12)
05 – 18 Years (5:25)
06 – Deer-Ree-Shee (5:49)
07 – Never/Ever (8:34)
08 – Vikings (4:38)
09 – You In Color (5:52)
10 – The Return (4:31)
11 – Snake In The Grass (16:12)




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