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  • Animal Races offers more sunny California rock from Cool Ghouls. The music offers an enjoyable ride, but at the end of the day, the song writing is unremarkable. On one hand, every tune .
  • “Animal Races” offers more sunny California rock from Cool Ghouls. The album starts strong thanks to the title track. The fun continues with ‘Sundial.’ As with many of the songs here, ‘Time Capsule’ channels the Byrds/5(4).
  • Cool Ghouls discography and songs: Music profile for Cool Ghouls. Genres: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock. Albums include Animal Races, A Swirling Fire Burning Through the Rye, and Cool Ghouls.
  • Just like the most revered, political records of the 60s and 70s, the third album Animal Races channels the past, the present and the future with an authentically fresh psych-rock take on American society through its own neo-cosmic language.
  • Aug 19,  · “Animal Races” offers more sunny California rock from Cool Ghouls. The album starts strong thanks to the title track. The fun continues with ‘Sundial.’ As with many of the songs here, ‘Time Capsule’ channels the Byrds/5(4).
  • Cool Ghouls: Animal Races ‎ (CD, Album) Empty Cellar Records: EMP US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Needs Changes. Add to Collection /5(6).
  • Aug 18,  · San Francisco’s Cool Ghouls have been invariably described as “psychedelic” or “garage” rock in many quarters since their inception five years ago. Maybe a handful of songs back this up, but with Animal Races, their third full length release, they have unleashed their inner sixties pop idol on the kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfo suits them. If the band invented a time machine which transported them back to.
  • Jul 27,  · Cool Ghouls, sorta like Black Lips, are one of those bands with multiple songwriters that somehow, despite the prevalence of cooks in the kitchen, doesn’t suck. Animal Races is their third LP for Empty Cellar, and I’ll admit it doesn’t explode into melodic bliss like that first one did. But a slow start (that’s often the case, I find, with rock bands these days, which is sad when you.