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Black LizardSolarize

Label:Soliti – SOLITI 036LP, Soliti – SOLITI036LP, Soliti – SOLITI036
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
CD, Album
All Media, Limited Edition
Country:Finland
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Psychedelic Rock

Tracklist

A1Everything And Nothing3:33
A2Perfect Dope2:58
A3Helpless
SaxophoneJussi Hurskainen
3:56
A4Faith6:05
B1Harmonize
Contrabass [String Bass]Deniz Kemppainen
3:13
B2All Her Time
SitarJaire Pätäri
3:09
B3Heaven In You3:21
B4Waves Hit5:09
B5Shine High
SitarJaire Pätäri
6:23
CD-1Everything And Nothing 3:22
CD-2Perfect Dope2:58
CD-3Helpless
SaxophoneJussi Hurskainen
3:56
CD-4Faith6:05
CD-5Harmonize
Contrabass [String Bass]Deniz Kemppainen
3:13
CD-6All Her Time
SitarJaire Pätäri
3:09
CD-7Heaven In You3:21
CD-8Wave Hit5:09
CD-9Shine High
SitarJaire Pätäri
6:23
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Credits

Notes

LP and CD are limited to 300 copies.

SOLITI036LP is written on the spine of the cover.
SOLITI 036LP is written on the bottom of the backcover
SOLITI036 is written on the CD.

Recorded in Autumn 2014 by Nick Triani & Paltsa-Kai Salama in Porvoo and Helsinki.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 417138 631039
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): BF81000-01 A1 KR I↾
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): BF81000-01 B1 KR I↾
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): AF81003-01 manufactured by optimal media GmbH
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L573
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9710
  • Rights Society: n©b
  • Rights Society: TEOSTO

Other Versions (1)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Solarize (9×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Solitinone2015

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Reviews

  • streetmouse's avatar
    streetmouse
    On Solarize, Black Lizard’s newest and finest release to date [a release that too sadly will force nearly everyone into purchasing as a download only] we find the band more than knee-deep in etherial psychedelic washes which sound eerily familiar ... and in a more than pleasant manner, delivering a fuzzed out groove that will rock you back as hazy memories of Spacemen 3, early Vacant Lots, Chatham Rise, and a host of others drift in and out of focus. By no means should one see this as a distraction, as this is one of the finest releases I’ve ever heard that unassumingly pays homage to the founding fathers of the neo-psychedelic wave, and to those who’ve managed to maintain the values necessary for its continued progression, all the while, owning every note they play, and every lyric they sing ... creating an atmosphere that will keep this album within easy reach for those of us inclined to step off into the darkness, returning in the morning, and sleeping late into the afternoon.

    There are no afterthoughts to be found here, the album is precise, clean, calculated for effect, and delivered with a sustained energy that will place in your hands, exactly what you want floating through your head. The lysergic lyrics are a bit of a mysterious delight, though with the trance-like effect of the music, one finds it difficult to focus on those vocals, as an interlacing of wondrous emancipation takes place, and the shimmering intoxication of hallucinatory undefined visual and audible edges melt all around, morphing into a breathless musical state of being.

    I’ve been waiting a very long time for this …

    *** There was so little physical product for this outing that I imagine the band will see small financial rewards, and that's a sincere shame, as the album will be swapped from one person to another without delivering unto the band the mere $6 they ask for the download. If you wanna keep dynamic groups like this working, surviving, and delivering more of this eternal music, then you've got to step up and support them.

    Review by Jenell Kesler

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    • Avg Rating:4.25 / 5
    • Ratings:16

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