Sonic Flower - Sonic Flower

2009-08-13 00:06:21 UTC
Sonic Flower - Sonic Flower --------------------- ( I did mention that I wanted to keep Storner-rock to a minimum on TSS unless it is an exception one. Well that's what I mean by an exception. Definitely for Kyuss fans. Sonic Flower is truly a blast on a stoner / psychedelic note ). --------------------- Artist - Sonic Flower Album - Sonic Flower Release Date - 2003 Genre - Stoner-rock, Psychedelic Tracklist 1 Cosmic Highway 3:22 2 Black Sunrise 4:37 3 Astroqueen 3:45 4 Sonic Flower 3:39 5 Indian Summer 4:42 6 Going Down 5:10 Sonic Flower - Sonic Flower Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Motorpsycho Nenem Monkey3 Naikaku Causa Sui ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ CHEERS Beezabubba... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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