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Dark Rides and Grim Visions

by New Planet Trampoline

An expansive double-LP showcasing their unique spin on the psych rock genre. Veering between intricate psych-pop, raging garage-punk, and multi-part prog epics. Its 69 minutes of melodic, experimental, and lyrically cryptic songs.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. There Is Nothing More to Say
5:06 album only
2. Grim Visions
4:26 album only
3. Ex-President
3:27 album only
4. Confidence Man
7:08 album only
5. Acts of Mania
9:04 album only
6. Pollution (Circle & Snakes)
3:13 album only
7. Birds
3:53 album only
8. We'll Get What We Deserve
3:44 album only
9. Nervous Intuition
3:09 album only
10. Dark Ride
8:55 album only
11. This Is the Morning
4:41 album only
12. Nearly Finished Face
7:57 album only
13. Haunted as F
3:55 album only


Album Notes
New Planet Trampoline is a four-piece psychedelic rock band from Cleveland, Ohio. Sharing an affinity for British psychedelic and progressive rock, the group solidified its sound with a mixture of swirling, organ-driven drones and spaced-out guitars. Following a string of self-released EPs, Elephant Stone Records released The Curse of the New Planet Trampoline in 2004. The band toured in its support before taking an extended break in 2006 to focus on other projects.

The band returns after an 8-year hiatus, revived and inspired, they headed into the studio to complete The Wisconsin Witch House EP (2014) and resume sessions on Dark Rides and Grim Visions, the album they had begun writing back in 2005.

Dark Rides and Grim Visions is expansive double-LP showcasing their unique spin on the psych rock genre. The album veers between intricate psych-pop (“Ex-President”), raging garage-punk (“Nervous Intuition”), and multi-part prog epics (“Nearly Finished Face”), packing its 69 minutes with melodic, experimental, and lyrically cryptic songs.

“New Planet Trampoline delivers an analog-washed offering that could have been beamed directly from the heart of the '60s garage-psych movement.” – Cleveland Magazine

“Like early Pink Floyd taking part in the SF Sorrow sessions.” Garwood Pickjon, Pop Diggers
“On their full-length debut the quartet creates an enjoyable, sun-kissed/sun-dazed take on dreamy psychedelia.” – Ned Raggett, All Music

“With a heavy nod to the sound of Syd Barret’s Pink Floyd, and other lesser-known UK acts such as Tomorrow and The Pretty Things, and more than a dash of some American garage rock influences like the Seeds and the 13th Floor Elevators, New Planet Trampoline re-creates the sound of the past with nostalgic perfection.” – Jeff Fitzgerald, Aural Innovations



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