EXPERIENCE ROCK HISTORY!
PURPLE – DMT
Better late than never – as in being a year late to the party – the party that is the Beaumont, Texas power-punk trio thunderflash of rock excitement, PURPLE; Taylor Busby (guitar/vocals) Hanna Brewer (drums/vocals) Joe “Prankster” Cannariato (bass guitar).
00individual wants all ’60s and/or ’70s Psychonauts, Rockers, and True Believers to hang, he would never steer you off the historic two decade ride unless it was for a short mind-blowing side-trip for your benefit.
PURPLE’s DMT video/song/performance is a real treat, it’s kinda like a drug, once is not enough, you want that feeling again, it’s addicting, and is just one example of PURPLE’s exceptional songwriting that effortlessly masters diverse genres.
If you like Rock and Psychedelics and Fun, then you’ll love PURPLE – DMT.
With the Universe of Music 00individual has experienced in his lifetime, and of Rock specifically, there have been very few debut albums that truly had a creative impact within the World of Rock ‘n Roll – here’s four:
The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s 1967 debut is historic.
Led Zeppelin’s eponymous debut created a genre with re-imagined Hard Rock Blues that matched
the youthful energy of the late ’60s/early ’70s.
Marilyn Manson’s 1994 Portrait of an American Family debut album did much the same, with an invigorating unique sound, style and persona that righteously rebelled and asserted.
(In 1995, under the guise of parental supervision, 00individual took his fifteen year old son to the Universal Amphitheater and saw Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch Nails. Deep into family life, but never out of touch with the recorded Rock of the ’80s and ’90s, he had nearly forgotten what a total blast live Rock concerts could be, and it was such an intense hard rockin’ thrill show that it inspired him to resume going to concerts.)
Now it’s 2016, and 00individual couldn’t be happier and more enthusiastic about Rock than with PURPLE’s debut album “409”! Just like those three bands’ debut albums just mentioned, here’s an album packed solid with infectious unique exhilarating fun rockin’ tracks.
Once their Psychedelic Dog Guru introduces the band to DMT, some of the most rip-roaring Psychedelic Hard Rock takes off and just keeps going. The whiplash multiple orgasm climaxes are as Hard Rock Thrash as it comes, and it all started out so serenely in a wading pool.
And when DMT is peaking, Twin Peaks fans will certainly see Hanna’s uncanny “Laura Palmer”
impersonation, that whether an intentional Lynchian homage or not, is still spooky spot-on fun.
Dose Yourself: Go Full Screen And Crank It Up!
. . . and stay for the last fuzzed-out sustained note and the Psychedelic Dog’s transmogrification.
. . . if that didn’t sell you on PURPLE, then check out the diverse highly-addicting Beach Boys meet the GoGos song (meant seriously, and with highest respect for all mentioned) Beach Buddy.
00individual loves PURPLE and starts off every day with a dose of DMT!
PURPLE’s follow-up to their debut album “409” is “Bodacious” and it is out April 1st – no foolin’!
He can read your mind . . . do what he says . . . he knows what’s good for you.
PURPLE FUCKING KICKS ASS!
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