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Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Beta-Lactam Ring Records mt108a
Release Year: 2005
Note: second album by the furious Japanese trio
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"Zweites Album des virtousen japanischen Trios nach ausgiebiger USTournee mit ihrem experimentellen, noisiger & etwas durchgeknallten Progressive Rock, furios auf den Punkt gespielt....

Produced, engineered & mixed by Paul Mahajan. Got Green Milk? From across a veiled and ashen cosmos, well, from across the Sea Of Japan anyways; from the Planet Orange, hidden somewhere in the bosom of Nippon, gushes forth a froth of Green Milk. Fleeing is for naught, because City Calls Revolution is an eruption of Vesuvian intensity, and the Milk floe flash and searing, thick with Magma, scorching beast and building in its glowering wake. It's time to get
psyched about psych again! If GMFTPO's first was its ersatz Future Days, then "City Calls Revolution" is its angry Yeti. [label info]

Green Milk from the Planet Orange is just one more band that makes me want to sell all my belongings, shove what's left of my life in a
backpack, and move to Japan to live in a coffin-sized hotel room, subsiding entirely off of lotus blossoms and morning glory tea. How can
an island the size of Nebraska produce artists as brilliant and varied as Yamatsuka Eye, Kahimi Karie, Cornelius, Puffy Ami Yumi, and this band every single year? It's simply amazing. Hailing from the grindcore scene of Nippon, Japan, Green Milk is part Sun Ra/Can Kraut rock psychedelic jam, part Ruins/Acid Mothers screaming intensity/insanity, with little bits of Japanese spoken word thrown in for sex appeal. This is The Band to lose large portions of your night to, and maybe even some
good sized chunks of your day. [Cosmic Debris]