Buffalo (2) ‎– Volcanic Rock

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Cat# Artist  Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
6357 101 Buffalo (2) Volcanic Rock(LP, Album) Vertigo 6357 101 Australia 1973 Sell This Version
SW0089CD Buffalo (2) Volcanic Rock(CD, RE) Southworld SW0089CD UK 2012 Sell This Version
AVSCD006 Buffalo (2) Volcanic Rock(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Aztec Music AVSCD006 Australia 2005 Sell This Version
6357 101 Buffalo (2) Volcanic Rock(LP, Album, RP, Gat) Vertigo 6357 101 Australia 1973 Sell This Version
SW0089CD Buffalo (2) Volcanic Rock(CD) Southworld Recordings SW0089CD UK 2005 Sell This Version
AK276 Buffalo (2) Volcanic Rock(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Akarma AK276 Italy 2003 Sell This Version
7127 501 Buffalo (2) Volcanic Rock(Cass, Album) Vertigo 7127 501 Australia 1973 Sell This Version
none Buffalo (2) Volcanic Rock(6xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Vertigo none Australia & New Zealand 2014
AK276 Buffalo (2) Volcanic Rock(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Akarma AK276 Italy 2003 Sell This Version
CD 016 Buffalo (2) Volcanic Rock(CD, Album, RE) SPM Records CD 016 Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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October 12, 2011
referencing Volcanic Rock, LP, Album, 6357 101
Restricted to a power-trio plus singer and with a new drummer, the band sounds tighter than before. The guitars are more integrated into the sound and no cover versions are played anymore. The black-magical overtones have disappeared and the band is evidently more confident. Even the compositions are a bit more interesting. The opening Sunrise still is absolutely average, but Freedom begins mysteriously and atmospherically, before merging into the well-known and ruthless sledgehammer style. Till my death sounds like Ten Years After with the brakes on. On side B the monotony unfortunately wins the upper hand, with the exception of Intro, that suddenly boasts great melodic guitar parts and is the best on offer here. Shylock that follows suit is too colourless to excite.