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Poobah - Let Me In (1972) [Reissue 2010]

Rock, Progressive Rock, Hard Rock, Classic Rock | Author: artmuss | 23-06-2018, 20:48
Poobah - Let Me In (1972) [Reissue 2010]Artist: Poobah
Title Of Album: Let Me In
Year Of Release: 1972/2010
Label (Catalog#): Ripple Music [RIP CD005]
Country: United States
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock, Hard Rock
Quality: FLAC (*tracks,cue,log,scans)
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Time: 1:15:17
Full Size: 645 mb

Of all of the latter day reissues of seventies Psych Rock rarities, the Ripple Music version of the 1972 POOHAB album LET ME IN may well be the most important yet. The fuzz rock of the opening track MR DESTROYER reminded me a lot of BUDGIE and features some moster riffing and Psyched out lead breaks. Other gems include BOWLEEN and LET ME IN, with a true taste of proto-metal genius and some jam band influenced heavy blues craziness. If you are a follower of proto-metal or any sort of seventies psychedelic rock its not a matter of whether to buy this or not, the simple answer to that is YES. -- My Global Mind

"A mixture of early spine-rattling metal, groove-heavy boogie rock and healthy doses of fuzz splattered psych-rock. It took me about 30 seconds into "Mr. Destroyer" to realize I was in for one of the best re-issues of 2010." -- Heavy Metal Time Machine

"Album of the year debates are one thing...album of the decade lists are another, but believe me people, when you start getting into that kind of rarefied air, Youngstown Ohio's POOBAH has gotta be in that list with their 1972 debut, "Let Me In." 6 songs of pure, gut-level bluesy psych rock jamming that deliver the goods as well as anyone from Budgie to Captain Beyond to Priest's initial "Rocka Rolla". This is sheer Godly stuff. The re-issue on Ripple Music that'll be hitting the streets this October is a vast, pillaging, panoramic version of this mutha. Fleshed out by 12 bonus tracks (CD) (10 on the vinyl version), it's a release that celebrates an album that, were the world a fair and just place, would be spoken of in hushed tones reserved for names like "Volume 4," "Squawk" and "Vagabonds Of The Western World." Massive." -- Ray's Realam

"If, like me, you're keen to unearth the origins of this thing we all love called metal then by all means keep dusting off your Sabbath, Zeppelin and Purple albums but please find a little space in your collections for Poobah. As with Leafhound and Sir Lord Baltimore, with whom Poobah share many of the common traits of early 70's heavy rock, on first listen I was immediately hit with the "how the fuck did I miss theses guys? For 1972 this would have been the musical equivalent of being hit with a tazer (did tazers even exist in 1972?). Jim Gustafson's thick, biting guitar is set to stun as the band blast through a tune that somehow bridges the proto punk of The Stooges, the psychedelic tones of Hawkwind and the drug addled minimalism of The Pink Fairies." -- Sleeping Shaman

"Let Me In is an album deserving of any status this reissue can give it, be it "classic" or otherwise. I'd recommend it to any fan of the heavy `70s and note especially how well it goes with a boozy evening amongst friends with good taste. We may never find another Master of Reality, but Poobah's Let Me In shows there's plenty of killer material out there to be discovered in the search. Hail the obscure. This is stoner rock at the very beginning stages of its existence." -- The Obelisk

"When I first heard this album I was floored by it's heaviness and raw fury. This is seriously heavy music - big, fuzzed-out, wild, sometimes also unexpectedly strange. Today, after almost 30 years, 'Let Me In' (inclusive of all bonus tracks) is still a very distinctive album that is exhilarating and refreshing. It is good fun to watch the rare photos in the booklet, while listening to the powerful jamming in 'Upside Down Highway'. This album is very highly recommended to all 1970's heavy rock fans, and I hope that Ripple Music unearth more nearly forgotten treasures from the past." -- Cosmic Lava


1 Mr. Destroyer
2 Enjoy What You Have
3 Live To Work
4 Bowleen
5 Rock N' Roll
6 Let Me In

Bonus Tracks
7 Here's The Band
8 Make A Man Outta You
9 Upside Down Highway
10 Walk Of The Bug
11 Blooey Gooey
12 Going To Rock City
13 Smoke
14 Mr Destroyer (Live Rehearsal)
15 Passion For Freedom
16 I'm Crazy, You're Crazy



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