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Guru Guru – Bo Diddley

Guru Guru’s second album ‘Hinten’ (1971) seems to get overshadowed by the brilliance of their debut ‘UFO’ (1970); an example of free rock par excellence withe the band delivering a kind of Kraut-Sabbath slab of heaviness for the listener. ‘Hinten’ is quite different to the debut; more light and shade, more dynamic. Forget the opener ‘Electric Junk’, However, the remaining three tracks are gold. This track is psyche rock ‘n roll that isn’t afraid to display a sense of humour.

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