Peoples Temple have a knack for mining 60's tropes and exploding them on the screen with a reverence and execution that makes them feel like the Nuggets box come to life. The band returns with new album indebted to the rumble and throb of '67 but with an eye towards the more adventurous years that would follow. Admittedly aiming for more ambitious waters, the band tap Arthur Lee's Love and mix it with a dirty blues swagger that would make more than one heart swoon. The last album received some critical praise but ran shy of the kind of wide ranging acclaim that it deserved. More For The Masses seeks to rectify that mistake with an album that's deeper, wider and layered in more smoke and cinder than anything they've previously rendered.
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