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Lovedrug: Everything Starts Where It EndsEverything Starts Where It Ends (2007)
Reviewer Rating: 1.5
Contributed by: Matt_WhelihanMatt Whelihan
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“Love” and “drug” are two words synonymous with the late `60s counter-culture movement, much like flowers, which just so happen to adorn the packaging of Lovedrug’s album Everything Starts Where It Ends. Psychedelic, right? Well, no. Lovedrug aren’t the next Dungen, pounding out psych-rock tracks that sound like they emerged from a time capsule buried at The Monterey Pop Festival; instead, they are merely a slightly artier version of an alt-rock band. The group’s finer snippets recall Muse or even early Radiohead, but at their worse all you get is radio-friendly fodder that packs about as much punch as Maroon 5. Scary, right? Yes.
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