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In The Future

by Black Mountain

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comaunite Trippy AF! I love this and how it sounds kinda different. Favorite track: Wucan.
John Cratchley
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John Cratchley Riffage and finesse...well, you don't hear that every day!
Oddball
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Oddball I never get sick of this cover art.

This album is so good I'm actually buying it for a second time. Stupid Apple screwed something up and I can't listen to Bright Lights. That's right, I can't listen to the track that fills a third of the freaking album! NOT ANY MORE! Thanks for ruling the internet Black Mountain and Bandcamp!

ALSO! TYRANTS IS THE BEST SONG! LET ME PICK IT YOU TYRANTS! Benevolent though you may be... Favorite track: Wucan.
Dillon Ethier
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Dillon Ethier A masterpiece of timeless psychedelic rock and roll, one of my enduring favorites. Favorite track: Wucan.
Steve Hammond
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Steve Hammond There are hints of Pink Floyd and Crippled Black Phoenix, but then I stopped comparing and just went with the flow in this incredible album!
The last twenty or so albums Ive bought have all been as a result of listening to other fans collections. There's enough gold there to keep me going for the rest of my life!!
Bright Light is a masterpiece to get lost in.
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Favorite psych-and-prog-spiritual pioneers BLACK MOUNTAIN are back with 'In The Future', their second full-length album that resonates with the same epic ring, beloved deep rock touchstones and genuine folk fragility that made their self-titled debut full-length an instant classic. The new album possesses immense breadth, seamlessly showcasing short and classic folk-pop gems along with driving modern rock masterpieces, peaking with "Bright Lights", a seventeen-minute multi-dimensional opus that gives Pink Floyd's "Echoes" a run for its money.

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released January 22, 2008

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Black Mountain Vancouver, British Columbia

The rock canon has many anti-heroes, Black Mountain being the latest. In the past, Can’s 'Tago Mago' established that the only rule in rock and roll is that there are no rules. Delinquent proto-metallers Black Sabbath demonstrated that you can make a lot from not that much. Now Black Mountain teach us that you don’t have to be afraid of the past to move bravely into the future. ... more

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