UK, 1997, alternative dance / acid house / blues rock

Alabama 3Exile on Coldharbour Lane: It is a perfect conflation of sex, drugs, and religion, demonstrating the equally strong lure of all three influences on human behavior. The sleazy “reverend” is a smooth-talking charlatan, and his raspy voice over that lush beat would be too much for any down-on-his-luck, purple-tin-dependent bloke to resist. Remember, kids, if you want consciousness expansion, don’t lie on the beach smoking dope. Go to your local tabernacle and sing!

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  1. Except for the blues rock, not usually a genre I would go for. Yet this album pulls it off as smoothly as the Reverend himself could wish.

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