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by Electric Prunes

A full sonic array of sounds and musical textures as could only be performed by those who helped create psychedelic music.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Hello Out There The Electric Prunes
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2. Circus Freak The Electric Prunes
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3. Flying Blind The Electric Prunes
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4. I'll Give You Feedback The Electric Prunes
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5. Innerlight Transcendence The Electric Prunes
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6. Morphine Drip The Electric Prunes
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7. Tulip Between The Eyes The Electric Prunes
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8. African Bees The Electric Prunes
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9. Batch of Violins The Electric Prunes
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10. Itzomad The Electric Prunes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Feedback” continues The Electric Prunes long history of innovation, creativity and outright weirdness. This “Feedback” loop offers up a full psychedelic bonfire of tremolo, fuzz, and attitude while managing to make each song in this eclectic collection a unique and individual experience. This is the real thing; played as only those who need help could play it. If there is such a thing as psychedelic/garage rock this is it. The Electric Prunes, on record and in concert, show that the legendary 60’s spirit and music is alive and well and waiting to tweak your eardrums Warning: Electric Prunes exposure is not for the weak of heart or mind. “Feedback” – lust in a long line.


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Adam Harrington

Don't play this thing in your car!
It (Hello Out There) has a driving beat and enough guitar that I'm glad to be listening to it at home. Since the police have been strictly enforcing the speed limits in my area ....
By the fourth song I couldn't help thinking about U2. It's not the song itself, it's the way every time that U2 releases a new album, it sounds so radically different from the previous outings that you can't believe they are changing again. And after you've really listened to it a few times, you go back to the other recordings and realize that it is not so different as the others but has become a part of them as well, unifying everything in their uniqueness. Adam Harrington Whispirin & Hollerin

Hi-Tech Magazine Athens, Greece March 2007

Prunes locate fountain of youth in Feedback
" The Electric Prune's new effort,like all their 00's releases on PruneTwang, is trying to eliminate the passage of time and faithfully reproduces the original 60's psychedelic sounds. This new album, available in limited edition, will truly fill emotionally the soul of every dedicated Prune fan. It has a fair amount of tremolo and feedback, creating a lower sound profile than the previous album California of 2004. James Lowe's and Mark Tulin's production is as simple and clear as the prototypes were, back in the 60's.
Only the "lightened" lyrics of "African Bees" looks unfamiliar to me in the whole album's atmospere which is fully decorated with gems like "I'll Give You Feedback" "Morphine Drip" and "Hello Out There". The Electric Prunes are now totally free from the heavy load of "Too Much To Dream" and "Get Me To The World On Time", enjoying every single moment of their music like it was the final one. That's why they remain fresh and young." TAKIS KREMMIDIOTIS

Gary Watts

Prunes win Best re-appearance EVER and the best kept secret!
I have revised my "favorites" list to Electric Prunes as No.1...Because NO ONE has ever made a re-appearance ANYTHING like this! You ARE the best kept secret EVER, and it IS time for that to end! Gary

Gary Pig Gold

Included in 10 You May Have Missed in '06
ELECTRIC PRUNES: Feedback (PruneTwang)
And speaking of oldies but improbably still very goodies, I found myself beneath the delightful company of those garage-psych prides of Woodland Hills on a terrifyingly regular basis this entire past year, groovin’ to their somehow more lysergic-drenched, tremelo-laden-than-ever, totally fuzzed-up grand new one. Full of songs living every single inch up to their titles, I kid you not (“African Bees,” “Morphine Drip,” “Innerlight Transcendence” even!) these here Prunes have gone and proved that you CAN not only reheat a souflee, but triumphantly stick it to the kitchen ceiling to boot. Yep, “Feedback” seems way more than just an album to these guys: It’s a gawdamn Way of Life !!

Philip Chrisopoulos POP+ROCK Magazine Issue#331 Febr.2007

Athens, Greece: Prunes make "son of" album .....
"The Electric Prunes are back with an album which might easily be released by their..sons!!" The Electric Prunes entered the 21st century after a 30 year absence from the scene. They are an already active band who keep moving down the endless psychedelic roads of the past. They use the characteristic sound of M.Tulin's bass and the familiar voice of James Lowe, while Ken Williams keeps spreading his poisoned guitar's feedback around.
"Feedback" is not so different from their great comeback album "Artifact",five years ago.It could have been easily released by the sons of these, round 60 year old, musicians, as young men search desperately in their fathers records for...fresh ideas, in the last decades which are starving for something new!!
A very good example is B.Dylan's "Modern Times" album which became #1 in the US charts last year.Everything is possible in music during this "mad" decade.The Electric Prunes couldn't be the exception. All these thoughts might have not any value if "Feedback" was not a perfect album with inspired tracks and fantastic production. It's very enjoyable from tip to toe and i'm sure it will satisfy not only the old fans but the younger too,if they keep their ears open...This is the result of Feedback's artistic quality and not because the older generation "knows any better" as someone might say.
TOP TRACKS : Tulip Between The Eyes,Flying Blind,I'll Give You Feedback. POP+ROCK Magazine Issue#331 Febr.2007

Keith Hannaleck

Past slams into present in Prunes Feedback CD
Feedback is a visceral connection from the past to the present. And,
thanks to the presence of original Prunes, James Lowe, Mark Tulin, and
Ken Williams, all of garage rock's rough edges remain intact.
Refusing to cede anything to the passage of time, each track is full
of fuzz, tremolo, vibrato, and attitude; a classic Electric Prunes
recording. This is the best garage, psych, twang, blues, and rock
music your ears could possibly absorb in one sitting. Be warned,
Feedback takes advanced listening.
Each of the 10 cuts on this CD offers an individual and unique
Electric Prune vision of their world. Firmly rooted in the past but
with an eye to the future the band proves that a rock heart and spirit
are timeless. "Too Much To Dream" (1966) and "Morhpine Drip" (2007)
reveal tremolo never sleeps. The quirky "African Bees " (2006) shows
the same sense of the ironic that marked "Dr. Do-Good " (1967); the
iconoclastic "Batch Of Violins" (2007) offers a tip of the hat to
"Sold To The Highest Bidder" (1966). Yet, while embracing their
musical past, they are not content to rest on history. "I'll Give You
Feedback", "Itzomad" and "Flying Blind" would be innovative and
enjoyably disturbing even if you had never heard "Get Me To The World
On Time" (1966).
Many of the bands from the 60's are stuck there. Feedback is auditory
evidence that The Electric Prunes continue to create, grow, and transform.
If you are already a fan of the band, you will not be disappointed. If you are not a fan yet, you will be. Get Feedback, lust in a long line.

Roy Harper, St Petersburg Fla.

What other 60's band could do something like this?
FEEDBACK definitely has a Zappa-est tone to it. Intentional ? My 2 faves of the CD are 'Circus Freak', and 'African Bees'. It is great that you can be remembered as a 60s band, and yet forty years later; present a new and unique sound again. That's quite an accomplishment that very few artists have been able to do !
I hope this gets airplay, cause it certainly deserves it. If anything - Fans of the 60s sounds of The Electric Prunes should be spreading the word that the band still 'has IT'

Liam Brennan

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