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Boomkat Product Review:
Baltimore psychedelic rock mavericks Crazy Dreams Band return with a follow-up to their Holy Mountain debut, arriving with four new ventures into heavy riffs, tight grooves and wandering vocals. 'Feels So Good' introduces the band's sound with a tentative traipse through brooding, vaguely doomy guitar figures and suspenseful drums before the tempo ramps up through the mid sections with keyboard freakouts and solid pentatonic holding patterns. Initially offering an airier sound pinned together by fluid bass runs, 'Awkward For Everyone' eventually transgresses with a rare guitar solo, coated in vintage, creamy fuzz and accompanied by zinging organ exchanges. 'Melanie' sounds a little like Earth in their post-Hex days, finding the CDB experimenting with sludged up country vibes, whilst juggling a more pure, '60s influenced pop sound replete with outbreaks of weird synth chords. Approximately half of the record's runtime is taken up by closing opus 'Life Is The Knife', which goes on an ambling journey through progged-up stoner riffing and loosened-up semi-improvised sequences. Where some bands would eventually wig out entirely, Crazy Dreams Band maintain their structured rhythmic discipline, deploying clever dub-style space-echo effects during the ace, mantra-like closing sequence.