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5 Obscure Rock / Metal Albums From 1970 You NEED To Hear!

Obscure yet essential....

Killing Floor – Out Of Uranus [UK]

Killing Floor - Out of Uranus LP 1970 vinyl reissue UK hard rock blues acid

Insanely talented drumming and progressive work-outs mark Killing Floor‘s second album as a blues-rock behemoth, with its distinctly British late-60’s sound hardened for a new decade craving frenzied riffing and heads-down improvisation over nuanced subtlety.

“Soon There Will Be Everything” may hark back to simpler, trippier times but the likes of the aforementioned  “Where Nobody Ever Goes” were rocking affairs drawing on the influence of Led Zeppelin and co. 

Incidentally, was David Bowie playing particular attention to “Lost Alone” when writing “The Jean Genie”? In places, the similarities are indeed striking!

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