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Nebula Clearlight(Sweet Nothing/Cargo)

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Nebula







Clearlight[I](Sweet Nothing/Cargo)[/I]





Though it's unlikely to be heard

by more than three people during its release, this is a genuinely

killer single. The fuzzed-up

garage rock tune revolves around

a hand-clapped hi-NRG chorus where frontman Eddie Glass tells us: [I]"I've been thinking/I've been thinking/I've been thinking for so long"[/I]. Substitute the words 'smoking ganja' for 'thinking' and you're on the right track. Purely Stooges, MC5, Blue Cheer-influenced, Nebula will never be a singles band, but this still out-pops most of this week's guitar competition - if it weren't for the elongated Black Sabbath psychedelic wig-out ending. Kick out the '60s revival jams.







ANDY CAPPER

Nebula







Clearlight[I](Sweet Nothing/Cargo)[/I]





Though it's unlikely to be heard

by more than three people during its release, this is a genuinely

killer single. The fuzzed-up

garage rock tune revolves around

a hand-clapped hi-NRG chorus where frontman Eddie Glass tells us: [I]"I've been thinking/I've been thinking/I've been thinking for so long"[/I]. Substitute the words 'smoking ganja' for 'thinking' and you're on the right track. Purely Stooges, MC5, Blue Cheer-influenced, Nebula will never be a singles band, but this still out-pops most of this week's guitar competition - if it weren't for the elongated Black Sabbath psychedelic wig-out ending. Kick out the '60s revival jams.







ANDY CAPPER

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