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Blood And Rockets (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 10"

ATO RecordsSKU lp-10348

Primus frontman and Sean Lennon on a limited new release
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"Better be careful ’cause you just might set the world on fire." Taken from their upcoming LP release South of Reality, is the first single from The Claypool Lennon Delirium, a duo that consists of Primus' Les Claypool and Sean Lennon. "Blood and Rockets" is a sprawling space-epic of a track, with Lennon and Claypool taking turns crooning over spaced-out analog synths and warbling guitars. The song details the exploits of JPL rocket scientist Jack Parsons, who, as Lennon describes, was "the man who not only helped America get to the moon with liquid fuel tecehnology, but was also a Magister Templi in Aleister Crowley's Cult, the Ordo Templi Orientis." The flip features another new track from their upcoming album, "Easily Charmed By Fools," a little more of a straight ahead rock sound with lyrics tackling everything from Tinder to television preachers. This is a limited pressing of 2000 hand stamped and hand-numbered copies. Released by ATO Records.

  • blank labels
  • clear vinyl with red splatter
  • individually hand-stamped and hand-numbered
  • limited to 2000 copies
  • music label: ATO 2019
reviewed by Ralphy Corduroy 1/2019
UPC: 66000986


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