Lucifer Was | Underground And Beyond =Digipack=

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Underground And Beyond =Digipack=

by Lucifer Was

A hybrid of progressive Jethro Tull style mixed with 70's hardrock ala Black Sabbath.
Genre: Metal/Punk: 70's Metal
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1. Teddy's Sorrow
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2. Scrubby Maid
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3. Song For Rings
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4. Out of the Blue
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5. The Green Pearl
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6. Tarabas
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7. Fandango
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8. The Meaning of Life
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9. Light My Cigarette
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10. In the Park
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11. Asterix
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Album Notes
New pressing of this deleted album since many years. This time we do it in digi-pack version, and add 2 bonus tracks as well, written in the old days and just recently finished off. Perhaps the heaviest tunes by LUCIFER WAS so far !! On these 2 tracks, we have guest apparences by member of AUNT MARY !!! For those of you not familiar with LUCIFER WAS, we can describe them as a hybrid of progressive JETHRO TULL style mixed with 70's hardrock ala BLACK SABBATH.


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Morty Helmersen

Great songs and heavy guitars. Even the twin flutes kick ass!
This was my entry to the bands music first time around and I love it. A rough and raw early 70's sound with magic atmosphere. Standouts are Out Of The Blue and Green Pearl, two songs of originality and beauty. The first with a masterful heavy riff and the latter a progressive composition with quite a few twists! Great leadguitar, melodic and soaring. A classic. The bonuses fit in nicely and they are great songs with magic, thunder and even humour. And the drum-stool are occupied by the drummer from Aunt Mary, one of my favorite obscure bands from the early 70's. The link to Aunt Mary adds an extra touch. The twin flutes are prominent on all the tracks, and even they kick ass. I love this little masterpiece.