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Cactology: The Cactus Collection

by Cactus

Cactology: The Cactus Collection by Cactus

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Cactology: The Cactus Collection

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Label: Rhino/Elektra
Cactus wanted so badly to be the next Zeppelin, but they didn't get it: Led Zeppelin were heavy, but always in control. Cactus were also heavy, but out of control -- violently so, in fact. Some of this stuff is so raw and gratuitously over the top it borders on the avant garde. Simply spin track No. 14: a 1970 outtake titled "Rumblin' Man," this beast is so insane it's quite literally ground zero for underground noise-rock, a genre that wouldn't emerge for another quarter-century.

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Cactus wanted so badly to be the next Zeppelin, but they didn't get it: Led Zeppelin were heavy, but always in control. Cactus were also heavy, but out of control -- violently so, in fact. Some of this stuff is so raw and gratuitously over the top it borders on the avant garde. Simply spin track No. 14: a 1970 outtake titled "Rumblin' Man," this beast is so insane it's quite literally ground zero for underground noise-rock, a genre that wouldn't emerge for another quarter-century.

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Cactus wanted so badly to be the next Zeppelin, but they didn't get it: Led Zeppelin were heavy, but always in control. Cactus were also heavy, but out of control -- violently so, in fact. Some of this stuff is so raw and gratuitously over the top it borders on the avant garde. Simply spin track No. 14: a 1970 outtake titled "Rumblin' Man," this beast is so insane it's quite literally ground zero for underground noise-rock, a genre that wouldn't emerge for another quarter-century.