Let Me In

by Poobah

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Héctor Hurtado Grooscors
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Héctor Hurtado Grooscors From 1972, a truly gem of the underground. Proto-metal at its best. I gotta thank Ripple Music for reissued the fantastic debut from Poobah! Favorite track: Upside Down Highway.
SabbathJeff
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SabbathJeff Proto-Metal? 1972? Ripple Music? Bandcamp? Jim? Phil?Glenn? You bet your ass.

This is fine gritty, bluesy hard rock. It is absolutely infested with drum fills. A thicker bass tone than that old Granicus record when you need that hard rock itch scratched is right up front, and great vocals too. This is an old favorite Thanks Ripple Music!

Received. Spun. Still loved.
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  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

      $7 USD  or more

     

  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Re-issue of Poobah's classic 1972 proto-metal epic. LP release will include 10 previously unreleased bonus cuts, sleek and sexy jet black vinyl, and a double gatefold jacket! Includes download code.

    "A Goldmine Pick! The reissue of “Let Me In” is one of my picks of the year!" -- Goldmine Magazine

    "An unmissable slice of newly-refurbished rock history. Poobah were extraordinarily sharp and effective as a unit, peeling off semi-improvised jams that crackled with vitality and a healthy dose of mischief. With Shades of everything from Grand Funk and Hendrix through to early Alice Cooper and Bolin-era Purple, Poobah clearly ahd the rock'n'roll stff in spades. This reclaimed curio gleams like a diamond." -- Classic Rock Magazine Jan 2011

    "You could go broke and mad trying to locate – and endure – every "great lost album" cherished by fanboys from the homegrown-pressing underground of the late Sixties and Seventies. The 1972 debut by the Ohio trio Poobah is one of the few that was – and still is, as hard Seventies boogie goes – great. The many extra tracks are a nice bonus but no major improvement on the original half-dozen: a blowout of English-power-trio and Rust Belt blues, with guitarist Jim Gustafson riffing in a thick-fuzz lather that will remind you, fondly, of Grand Funk Railroad's Mark Farner and the British ace Tony McPhee of the Groundhogs. The cover – a crude-ink drawing of a hippie barfing into a toilet – is very much of its time." -- David Fricke, Rolling Stone Magazine

    "Reissue of the Year!" - The Metal Minute

    Includes unlimited streaming of Let Me In via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ... more
    ships out within 10 days
    edition of 300  6 remaining

      $27 USD or more 

     

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Re-issue of Poobah's classic 1972 proto-metal epic. LP release will include 10 previously unreleased bonus cuts, sleek and sexy jet black vinyl, and a double gatefold jacket! Includes download code.

    "A Goldmine Pick! The reissue of “Let Me In” is one of my picks of the year!" -- Goldmine Magazine

    "An unmissable slice of newly-refurbished rock history. Poobah were extraordinarily sharp and effective as a unit, peeling off semi-improvised jams that crackled with vitality and a healthy dose of mischief. With Shades of everything from Grand Funk and Hendrix through to early Alice Cooper and Bolin-era Purple, Poobah clearly ahd the rock'n'roll stff in spades. This reclaimed curio gleams like a diamond." -- Classic Rock Magazine Jan 2011

    "You could go broke and mad trying to locate – and endure – every "great lost album" cherished by fanboys from the homegrown-pressing underground of the late Sixties and Seventies. The 1972 debut by the Ohio trio Poobah is one of the few that was – and still is, as hard Seventies boogie goes – great. The many extra tracks are a nice bonus but no major improvement on the original half-dozen: a blowout of English-power-trio and Rust Belt blues, with guitarist Jim Gustafson riffing in a thick-fuzz lather that will remind you, fondly, of Grand Funk Railroad's Mark Farner and the British ace Tony McPhee of the Groundhogs. The cover – a crude-ink drawing of a hippie barfing into a toilet – is very much of its time." -- David Fricke, Rolling Stone Magazine

    "Reissue of the Year!" - The Metal Minute

    Includes unlimited streaming of Let Me In via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ... more
    ships out within 10 days
    edition of 500  9 remaining

      $10 USD or more 

     

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released October 12, 2010

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