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Masters Of Reality

Led by singer/guitarist Chris Goss, Masters of Reality were something of an anomaly on the late-'80s/early-'90s rock scene, playing a strongly Cream- and Zeppelin-influenced brand of hard rock with modern touches. Their original members included bassist Googe, guitarist Tim Harrington, and drummer Vinnie Ludovico. Goss broke up the band shortly after their well-received, self-titled debut album in 1989; he reformed the group as a trio a few years later with Googe and legendary ex-Cream drummer Ginger Baker. This lineup recorded 1993's Sunrise on the Sufferbus, which slightly altered the group's sound but again received enthusiastic reviews. However, Masters of Reality never quite fit into prevailing hard rock trends, and they remained a well-kept secret to most of the listening public. In hindsight, their retro obsessions and warm, spacious guitar sound set a clear precedent for the '90s stoner rock movement; while the Masters' less metallic sound wouldn't have been a perfect stylistic fit, the link was reinforced by Goss' acclaimed production work on three of the four Kyuss albums. Those records helped pave the way for a new career in production for Goss, and Masters of Reality went on hiatus for several years. Goss reunited with Googe in 1997, adding guitarist Brendon McNichol and drummer Victor Indrizzo for a series of live dates that resulted in the album How High the Moon: Live at the Viper Room. An all-new studio album titled Welcome to the Western Lodge was released in Europe in 1999, but did not appear on American shores until Spitfire licensed it in early 2001. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
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Welcome to the Western Lodge. Where is it Pandora?
I literally bought their first album because of the incredible cover. I had no clue who these guys were. Then I listened to the album and was completely blown away by their sound. It's been a long time since I've listened to them. So nice to hear them on Pandora.
How did I (of all people) completely miss the entire stoner rock movement of the 90's?!
Uncle Fester sure does bring the jams that sock you in the gut ! I Love the sound and structure He crafts into his tunes.
These guys are awesome!!! Glad they are on here although with the links to Kyuss they would have to be :)
jfsefcik
why have I never heard of this band? Where was I in 1992????
troph111
Where the Hell are the OTHER FIVE albums????? My God, you're not even getting a TASTE here!
Oooh. I've never heard of it but I LIKE it! Want to hear more from this band.
I saw Masters Of Reality at the Boston Garden right after this album came out. It was a radio sponsored event by WBCN so luckily is was up front to witness one of the best shows I have ever seen. I wish I had the chance to see them again live. Their first album I think is one of the best unknow albums ever.
I've always been into these guys. Saw 'em at Toad's and have Goss, Goog, Baker autograph on concert tee and original Blue Garden fold-out LP.
one of the coolest songs I've heard here yet!
jaywinters11 1
revolution is on the way time to revolt are allowing of the wrong will bring are failure time to stand for change against gays,trans genders, law, women in power, muslims, terror, money, and are sins as a whole etc
ctown67
Wow, very nice.
bikewizard69
Favorite cover art...ever. I had this poster back when the album came out; don't know what happened to it, or me. Ginger Baker is a GREAT DRUMMER!
I grew up (literally) listening to this band rehearse, and I am SO excited to see them on Pandora!!! I wish more of their music was featured.
colindogg
It would be great to have the "Blue Garden" album in the Pandora library :):)
This is a band I want to see in a bar! They Rock!
mebcoder
Yes, first album should be added to "library"!
charlzm
Agree with sdnjrjnds - the debut album is by far the one album by MoR needed on Pandora.
Nothing about Black Sabbath in the Bio?
jsaucedojr
kick a**!
Self-titled debut album is what most desperately needs to be added.
daedelusnemo
Masters of Reality also have the collection-o f - l e f t o v e r s album "Give us Barrabas", including the "Ballad of Jody Frosty", and the studio album "Deep in the Hole", as well as the live album "Flak-n-Flig h t " featuring some of the members of Queens of the Stone Age and including a mind-blowing long jam on "Why the Fly". All recommended of course.

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