Russian psych-rockers turned acid funksters Bamma Gamma have only one previous release to their name, a fine cassette-only mini-album that dropped last year. This, then, marks their first appearance on wax. The seven-strong outfit gets straight to it on "Back To The Zoo", where wild-eyed guitar solos, kaleidoscopic synth solos and deranged animal noise rise above a fuzzy funk-rock groove. Flip to the B-side for "Cannibalism", an altogether deeper - if no less glassy-eyed - affair that makes great use of layered guitar jazz guitar solos, snappy drum breaks and the kind of hazy backing track that not only suggests the use of vintage recording equipment, but also heavy consumption of smoke-able plants.
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