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Counterbalance: The Zombies' 'Odessey and Oracle'

It's the time of the season when love runs high. In this time, give it to me easy and let me try with pleasured hands to talk about a 1968 psychedelic milestone. A misspelled masterpiece is this week’s Counterbalance.

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Brown Recluse: Evening Tapestry

On their full-length debut, the Philadelphia band takes the psych rock-sunshine pop combo of their early EPs and gives it a spooky twist.

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Jefferson Starship + The Zombies

Jefferson Starship is a band poised for a big comeback. They’ve got a spectacular new vocalist in Cathy Richardson, a stellar new album, and what appears to be a revitalized Paul Kantner.

Greg M. Schwartz
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The Zombies: Live at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London

Forty years after their groundbreaking, wonderful, alternatively-spelled Odessey and Oracle, Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent form a cheesy Zombies cover band.

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The Zombies

It's that time of the season, but the love's run dry.

Kevin Pearson
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The Zombies: Odessey & Oracle

Odessey & Oracle is the weekly record, a compiling of sentiment that's comfortable enough for anytime, be it free weekend space or during mundane cubicle labor.

Dominic Umile
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