Sixty Watt Shaman

Reason To Live (Spitfire, 2002)

Album review

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Underneath the flashy clothes, stupid haircuts, empty riffs, and expensive videos lies an underground of music the way it was ment to be. Stoner metal, drug rock, call it what you will, it's here and it'll destroy your little radio market world. Sixty Watt Shaman just happens to fit beautifully in the land of bands rearing to bring back what's been long lost in music since the 60's and 70's. Riffs soaked in beer and pot ash, a classic rhythm section, and lyrics that tell it like it is. Go add this one in your collection and spin it on random with C.O.C, Karma to Burn, Down, and Clutch.

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Reviewed by: Wolfie