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Or, in the vernacular of the new album, on the run.“The narrative thread,” Furman declares, “is I’m in love with an angel, and a government is after us, and we have to leave home because angels are illegal, as is harbouring angels.The term ‘transangelic’ refers to the fact people become angels because they grow wings. And it causes panic because some people think it’s contagious, or it should just be outlawed.” “The album still works without the back story, though,” he vouches.
Tharpe was born in 1915 as Rosether Atkins, and as a child, she accompanied her evangelist mother at COGIC–Church of God in Christ–where Katie Harper preached.
Southern Californian hard-rock legends Fu Manchu are releasing their 12th studio album, ‘Clone of the Universe’, their first in 4 years, following the 2014 release of ‘Gigantoid’.
The new album marks a new chapter for the “fuzz rock” pioneers as they mix the straight ahead blistering rock with the unexpected time shifts, featuring tracks like the roaring cuts “Don’t Panic” and “(I’ve Been) Hexed” and the dynamically complex “Clone of the Universe” and “Slower Than Light.” The centerpiece of the album is “IL Mostro Atomico,” an 18 minute, side long epic featuring a special guest performance by Alex Lifeson, guitarist and songwriter of the legendary band Rush.
Heavier than anything they’ve ever done and broken into 4 distinct sections, it’s new ground for a band that’s been pushing the boundaries of “fuzz and wah” since its formation in 1990.
“We are excited to get out and play this stuff, especially “Il Mostro Atomico,” says founding guitarist, Scott Hill.
Way before Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis and at a time when the guitar was linked to men and gospel music was purely religious, Sister Rosetta Tharpe managed to outplay many men with her guitar and to attract large audiences with her gospel-based lyrics, accompanied by secular-sounding music.