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Boomkat Product Review:
Without doubt Sunray owe a debt to Spacemen 3 for their opiated drone rock stylings, and perhaps in acknowledgement of that, they've gone and recruited none other than Sonic Boom himself to provide assistance on the Lou Reed cover 'Ocean', upon which Mr. Boom sings and plays guitar, keyboards and tamboura. It's a great rendition and a clear highlight of the album, but aside from that there's plenty of other reasons to delve into this album. The Jesus And Mary Chain-style songwriting on 'I Wish You Were Mine' works exceedingly well, as does the fuzzcore dirge 'Tomorrow'. The band's more experimental side comes out on 'Music For The Dreamachine' which doesn't sound too far away from the sort of unremitting, pulsing qanalog repetition you might have heard from Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom's Days Of Mars album.