Since their debut album Lobotomizer from 1991 Motorpsycho have delivered a number of great albums and earned a reputation for being an excellent live band.
With Demon Box from 1993, Motorpsycho were already laying down the blueprint for much of the stoner psychedelia that would spawn a number of bands many years later.
Today it's more difficult to put a tag on Motorpsycho or to name any obvious influences; there are traces of west coast psychedelia, krautrock, punk, minimalism, improv, prog rock and more, all melting into that easily identifiable and unique Motorpsycho sound developed through more than 15 years of recording and touring.
Little Lucid Moments is a real treat with four long, energetic and evolving tracks clocking in between 11 and 21 minutes.
With great new drummer Kenneth Kapstad a permanent addition pushing founder members Bent Sæther and Hans Magnus Ryan to new heights and with production by Helge Sten and Bent Sæther, mix by Jørgen Træen, mastering by Bob Katz and vinyl cut by Pauler Acoustics this album has been in the best hands from beginning to end.
It's quite simply classic Motorpsycho.
1. I) Lawned (Consciousness Causes Collapse)
II) A Hoof To The Head
III) Hallucifuge (Hyperrealistically Speaking...)
IV) Sweet Oblivion/Perfect Sense
2. Year Zero (A Damage Report)
3. She Left On The Sun Ship
4. The Alchemyst