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Albums by Motorpsycho

1
The Bomb-Proof Roll & Beyond (I-V) The Bomb-Proof Roll & Beyond (I-V) 21:04    
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Track length:21:04
Artist: Motorpsycho
Author: Sæther / Ryan
Composer: Bent Sæther / Hans Magnus Ryan
ISRC: NOFGR1110010
2
All Is Loneliness All Is Loneliness 18:45    
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Track length:18:45
Artist: Motorpsycho
Author: Hardin
Composer: Louis Thomas Hardin
ISRC: NOFGR1110020
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Wishing Well Wishing Well 7:26    
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Track length:7:26
Artist: Motorpsycho
Author: Sæther / Øien
Composer: Bent Sæther / Sander Øien
ISRC: NOFGR1110030
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Landslide Landslide 8:59    
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Track length:8:59
Artist: Motorpsycho
Author: Ryan / Sæther
Composer: Bent Sæther / Hans Magnus Ryan
ISRC: NOFGR1110040
5
Kill Devil Hills Kill Devil Hills 10:09    
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Track length:10:09
Artist: Motorpsycho
Author: Sæther
Composer: Bent Sæther
ISRC: NOFGR1110050
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The Alchemyst The Alchemyst 13:31    
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Track length:13:31
Artist: Motorpsycho
Author: Sæther
Composer: Bent Sæther
ISRC: NOFGR1110060

This is the latest installment in Motorpsycho's ongoing series of live documents "Roadwork". "Roadwork vol 4: Intrepid Skronk" is a collection of moments from the several tours Motorpsycho have undertaken in Europe since Kenneth Kapstad joined on drums in 2007, and it features material from all phases of their career.

This is a living, breathing muscle-car of a rock band in full flight, stretching the limits of their imaginations (and sometimes the patience of their audience!) by going some place new as often as possible - creating a new collective identity for themselves and the reimagening the material in the process. The focus of the two volumes - and the series as a whole - is the same though: the improvising rock band. The versions of the songs contained herein all have one thing in common: they are all really different from the studio incarnations of themselves.

 

 

 

2011 Rune Grammofon

About Motorpsycho:

Motorpsycho was founded in October 1989 in Trondheim, a small industrial city on the mid-western coast of Norway. The first line-up was Bent Sther (vocals, bass),Hans Magnus Snah Ryan(guitar, vocals) and Kjell Runar Killer Jenssen  (drums). They came up with their band name while watching a Russ Meyer triple-feature in London. Two of the film titles (Mudhoney and Faster Pussycat) were already taken by other bands, the name Motorpsycho was still available. Their first album Lobotomizer was in 1991, after which Killer quit and Hkon Gebhardt took over on drums, forming the nucleus of Motorpsycho for many years to come. But it was the release of their third album,Demon box, which finally brought them acknowledgement and amazing reviews all across Scandinavia and Europe. Demon Box contains everything from brutal pop to long, gliding progressive themes and industrial terror visions. It was voted best album by the norwegian press and was later nominated for a Grammy. Motorpsycho toured ex...