Let Me In - Poobah Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Music Album / Artist: Poobah / Import / Audio CD released at CDBY
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Poobah Let Me In
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by - written on 09/04/11 (Very useful, 18 readings)
If you've never heard of Poobah, then it's time to buy an album, tie a bandanna around your head and pick up the obligatory air guitar. The band's 1972 album "Let Me In" has just been re-released on 2CD's by Ripple Records, there's also a vinyl release available, a cheaper alternative than the extremely costly and rather rare original. The album cover depicts an elderly charicature vomiting in to a toilet, cartoonesque voices are often heard on the album, these witty little dialogues are at the beginning of tracks before the band fly off in to heavy stoner rock. Some of these sound a little like Cheech and Chong and it's possible they were influenced ... Read the complete review
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