The Re Stoned – Reptiles Return

Jul 30, 2016 | Articles | 0 comments

When word gets out that The Re-Stoned are releasing a new album, everyone knows what to expect: pure fucking greatness.

And Reptiles Return is nothing short of true greatness. Masterfully arranged instrumental psyche rock with twists and turns that take you on an epic aural journey – and at half the price you’d pay visiting ‘ol Trixie down the street *—rimshot*.

The sheer brilliance and musical prowess this band exhibits on this record is another prime example of how good of a year 2016 is turning out to be (especially in terms of music). Trump may be president in a few months… but hey, we can laugh at our own misfortune and drown our sorrows in bong rips, beer, and good tunes.

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#8. Roots Pattern
Like an homage to classic folk-rock of yesteryear, this 3 and a half minute masterpiece has some of the best mandolin I’ve ever heard. Jimmy Page would be proud!


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