Vinyl LP. Picking up where they left off, the garage-psych revivalists of The Allah-Las simply improve their sound and hone their songcraft over their self-titled debut album. Adding in a touch of surf rock, 2014's "Worship the Sun" is an original bit of new vintage rock sure to please fans of the genre, while winning over some converts. Bringing back producer Nick Waterhouse, the band pops out some good rockers such as "Artifact" and "501-415." They chill with the title track. And they work some balladry magic on "Nothing to Hide." The fact these twelve songs are pressed into a vinyl LP only seems to make this album all the more authentic.
De Vida Voz
Had It All
Nothing To Hide
Follow You Down
Worship The Sun
Better Than Mine
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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