Monster Magnet
Bandname
Monster Magnet
Country
US/
4-Way Diablo
Label
SPV
Released
2007
Tracks
13
Time
58
Format
LP ? / CD
Monolithic Baby
Label
SPV
Released
2004
Tracks
12
Time
54
Format
LP ? / CD
Heads explode
Label
A&M Records
Released
2000
Tracks
3
Time
22
Remark
- 1970
- Leapin Lizards
- Heads Explode (video)
Format
No Vinyl / CD

This is also a quite psychedelic work. __Heads explode__ is a promising title and a catchy tune with a forceful percussion and raw guitars. Good to hear the wellknown __Stooges__ track __1970__ in a new version. So don┤t hesitate to buy this record, even though your not a metal freak.

1970 / Doomsday
Released
2000
Tracks
2
Remark
Ultra thick vinyl - no infos
Format
7'' / CD ?
God says no
Label
A&M
Released
2000
Tracks
13
Time
61
Format
LP ? / CD

With God Says No the monsters return with another piece of heavy rock, Ok not so spacy as before, but now with a straight conviction of kick some ass in these apocaliptic times, these guys still scratch some acid for sure:├?

Space Lord
Label
A&M
Released
1998
Tracks
4
Time
19
Format
LP ? / Single-CD
Powertrip
Label
A&M
Released
1998
Tracks
13
Time
61
Format
LP ? / CD

This is probably the best CD I┤ve ever heard. Ever. It has renewed my faith that mindless pop and sappy love songs have not yet permeated every corner of the planet┤s collective soul. I bought this CD based on the merits of ┤space Lord', the only song to get airplay in the US, I found myself completely engrossed in the complex musical themes and the unparalleled lyric concepts. From 'Crop Circles┤ to 'Your Lies Become You┤ this CD has turned me into a true believer.

This album is the highlight of the life of Monster Magnet, though it┤s not incredible. I picked it up myself for a cheap price and probably wouldn┤t have bought it otherwise. Yet, if hard rock is your cup of tea, this is something you┤d probably enjoy. The best description I can come up with is the Beverly Hillbillies on steroids. Though I┤ve never really felt the need to properly listen past track three, Space Lord. Space Lord and Powertrip (track 2) are the only songs that really grab my attention. Perhaps they shouldn┤t have placed them so early in the album.

Dead Christmas
Label
A&M
Released
1995
Tracks
4
Time
19
Remark
DigiPack playing a christmas song like a musical greeting card
Format
LP ? / Single-CD
Negasonic Teenage Warhead
Label
A&M
Released
1995
Tracks
8
Time
42
Remark
Double CD-EP in double DigiPack
Format
LP ? / Single-CD
Dopes to Infinity
Label
A&M
Released
1995
Tracks
12
Time
68
Format
LP ? / CD
Superjudge
Label
A&M
Released
1993
Tracks
11
Time
54
Format
LP ? / CD

Like Hawkwind meet Slayer!!!! Fantastic psych.-metal sound! I saw them live in March and can say that they are killers (both on stage and in the studio too)!! They really build up a powerful wall of psych. sound that, I believe, comes out in all its splendour live!! Keep up the good work lads!

Superjudge is one hell of a trip man, Hear the three guitar solos spacing around the dust of the jupiter volcanoes, while Windorf goes with the right lirycs to bliss any trIP. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

Twin Earth
Label
A&M
Released
1993
Tracks
3
Remark
One side is etched with a picture of the band
Format
12'' / CD ?
Evil
Label
Glitterhouse
Released
1992
Tracks
3
Time
18
Remark
+1 track on CD but multicolored vinly
Format
7'' / Single-CD

9 minute live version of Spine of God

Spine of God
Label
Glitterhouse
Released
1991
Tracks
9
Format
LP / CD ?

a dark beautiful pychedelic masterpiece!!!

Tab
Label
Glitterhouse
Released
1991
Tracks
4
Time
49
Remark
Their first Longplayer, all material from the 80s
Format
LP ? / CD

Monster Magnet
Label
Glitterhouse
Released
1990
Tracks
5
Format
12'' / CD ?