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A Better Dystopia

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A Better Dystopia sees American psychedelic metal outfit Monster Magnet take on a selection of proto-metal covers. Going back to basics during the COVID-19 lockdown, the group recorded the album at Bob Pantella's D.I.Y. studio, taking on selection of obscure tracks from the 1960s and '70s originally played by the likes of Poo-Bah, the Scientists, and Hawkwind.
© Rich Wilson /TiVo

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1
The Diamond Mine
00:01:58

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2
Born to Go
00:05:46

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3
Epitaph for a Head
00:02:08

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4
Solid Gold Hell
00:03:27

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5
Be Forewarned
00:03:26

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6
Mr. Destroyer
00:05:40

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7
When the Wolf Sits
00:04:57

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8
Death
00:02:58

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9
Situation
00:02:15

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10
It's Trash
00:02:10

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11
Motorcycle (Straight to Hell)
00:03:23

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12
Learning to Die
00:06:27

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13
Welcome to the Void (Bonus Track)
00:03:21

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A Better Dystopia sees American psychedelic metal outfit Monster Magnet take on a selection of proto-metal covers. Going back to basics during the COVID-19 lockdown, the group recorded the album at Bob Pantella's D.I.Y. studio, taking on selection of obscure tracks from the 1960s and '70s originally played by the likes of Poo-Bah, the Scientists, and Hawkwind.
© Rich Wilson /TiVo

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