Wednesday, October 26, 2011

...get trippy again...

Re-release now as download on the Baby Woodrose bandcampsite
Today the re-issue of the Baby Woodrose album Love Comes Down from 2006 has been released on LP/CD and as download. The limited first print on LP on black vinyl including a free 7" is all gone from the Bad Afro headquaters which means that right now is the right time to obtain a copy at your vinyl pusher. A second press on red vinyl without the 7" is also out....but it's not quite the same. A lot of positive reviews have already been written about this album and this one below will appear in the upcoming issue of Shindig:
"Back in 2006 whilst Scandinavian Garage Rock was enjoying a high profile due to the likes of Dungen and Soundtrack of Our Lives, Danish ensemble Baby Woodrose managed to land a deal with the sizeable Playground Music. Unfortunately as bigger labels tend to do, they increased the recording budget and then failed to distribute the album effectively thereby creating one of the bands best but hardest to find recordings. Now thanks to the eminently improved distribution of Bad Afro the album has been reissued. Fans of On Trial will recognise band leader Lorenzo Woodrose’s song writing and vocals which flourish here on the beautiful ‘Lights are Changing’ the powerful garage fuzz rocker ‘It’s all over now’ and the trippy and spacey title track.  Not many bands have a catalogue as impressive as Baby Woodrose and it’s great to see this little number back in the fold. LP version features a single with two unreleased tracks".


Upcoming Baby Woodrose album is called "Third Eye Surgery"

Baby Woodrose is recording their upcoming album this fall/winter at the Black Tornado studio in Copenhagen and now the new baby has a name. The 6th studio album (excluding the cover album "Dropout" and the live album "Live at GutterIsland") will be called Third Eye Surgery and it's due out in April 2012 on LP, CD and as download. Lorenzo Woodrose was recently quoted for saying that it will become a totally psyched out space rock album with a few twisted pop songs included for good measure. What that means time will tell - but the plan is to release the first single for radio and download in January. And maybe as a 7" too.....that has not been decided yet. I will post it if i know more about this hot album...

Thanks to Lars from...