September 22, 2014

Let's celebrate our return to the daily grind with some heavy Hammond B3s brought to you by the best and the brightest in the Belgian/German prog rock scene. But be warned, the original vinyl pressing of the album actually came with a warning sticker that read: "Only listen once a day to this record. Your brain might be destroyed.” Back in the day, that little joke of a line got this album banned in several countries, including the U.S. The thought police never sleep, my friends.

Got any favorite brain-destroying albums?

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