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written by Dreadlocksmile on 23/11/2004

Hypnolovewheel, Angel Food - Hypnolovewheel are an underexposed and underrated combo from Long Island. They first formed in 1986 and since have released a whole host of albums throughout the late '80s and early '90s that offered a "distinctive blend of power pop, dreamy psychedelia, noisy '60s style garage rock, and tense nervy post-punk." Comparisons to the band are as far ranging as R.E.M., Wire, The Embarrassment, Sonic Youth and Adam Ant's solo work. The band consists of guitarists Steve Hunking and Dave Ramirez, bassist Dan Cuddy, and drummer Peter Walsh.

The band released their debut album 'Turn!Turn!Burn!' in 1988 through the small label 'Fabian Aural Products'. Next came the 1990 follow-up album 'Candy Mantra' through the same label. Keen to keep their releases pouring out, the band produced 'Space Mountain' in 1991 and released it through the higher-profile label Alias Records.

Next came the 1992 release of this album, the 1992 CD 'Angel Food' which was again released through Alias Records. The album included the fan-favourite track 'Here Comes A Headache' which opened up the album. The band later went on to release a final album 'Altered States' and a final E.P. 'Peace Of Mind' before deciding to call it quits.

Here is the track listing:
1. Here Comes A Headache
2. Wonderful Again
3. Wow
4. Bridget Because
5. Black Hole Of Love
6. Big Bang Theory
7. Daylight Savings Time
8. Home Alone
9. Under Water
10. Martian Love Song
11. Wooden Escalator
12. Candyman
13. What's Going On

The album is a melodic pop feast with a mature song-writing approach and some original ideas. Each song is likeable, but you can't help finding that the album is made up of a majority of fillers. I must say that nothing particularly sticks out from the album.

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