Dead stock find! The Zombies' 1968 sophomore release, Odessey and Oracle, was their last recording before breaking up. As they recorded the album in 1967, the band members disillusioned and animosity grew between them. They ended up breaking up before the album was released. The initial singles did not do well, but everything changed when "Time of the Season" became a surprise hit in early 1969. Over the years the album has gained a cult following. There is definitely much more to The Zombies than "Time of the Season." Checkout "Beechwood Park," "This Will Be Our Year," and "Care of Cell 44" for a taste.
- music label: Big Beat Records 1998
reviewed by Michu Meszaros 02/2014
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