Category: Classic Rock

Orange Goblin - Time Travelling Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Time Travelling Blues. Scorpionica. The Big Black. Red Tide Rising. Red Tide Rising. [Deluxe LP+CD+DVD] ORANGE GOBLIN. remove. ORANGE GOBLIN added an album Aug 09, at AM. 1 1 Comment Share Nuclear Guru ORANGE GOBLIN. remove. ORANGE GOBLIN.
  2. Orange Goblin’s ‘Time Travelling Blues’ musical quality is like the consistency of thick black tarry oil leaking off an old rusty tanker ship. Sludgy, loud, elements of doom metal, subject matter reminiscent of Hawkwind but outside of that, the Goblin has their own sound/5(21).
  3. The first three studio albums under the name Orange Goblin, Frequencies from Planet Ten (), Time Travelling Blues (), and The Big Black () were in the stoner metal and doom metal genres,, and have also been described as space rock,, but on 's Coup de Grace they began to add punk rock, hard rock, and other influences to their sound.
  4. of 27 results for CDs & Vinyl: "orange goblin" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Or £ to buy MP3 album. Vinyl More buying choices £ (1 new offer) Time Travelling Blues. by Orange Goblin. Audio CD More buying choices £ (5 used offers).
  5. The release of Orange Goblin’s classic second album, Time Travelling Blues, on vinyl for the first time ever! All first pressings come in gatefold sleeve with a bonus 10″ EP in picture sleeve. Each 10″ matched to the colour of the LP vinyl. Side A “Blue Snow” – “Solarisphere” – “Shine” –
  6. Orange Goblin are yr authentic british stoner metal band, as heavy and, well, as stoned as the day is long. Coup de Grace is their fourth album, and it is such a consummate riff-chugging stoner metal release that John Garcia himself, of the legends Kyuss, even lends a hand on two tracks. Vinyl reissue from Rise Above.
  7. Orange Goblin was originally formed in under the name Our Haunted Kingdom.[1] They released a split 7″ with Electric Wizard in on Rise Above Records before adopting the moniker Orange Goblin.[1] The band’s first three albums were stoner/doom.
  8. "Time Travelling Blues" is the natural progression of a band. They scored a B+ with their debut, got through the baptism of fire, and in their second album, they appear to be much more focused, much more experienced and so much better songwriters. This is just obvious right from the time .