The infamous 60s soul-rock-jazz-polka-metal band The B3z are back! Their long lost first album, the eponymous (and self-titled) “The B3z” has mysteriously resurfaced all across the interwebs. The first single (A side: Boondockers, B side: Patticakes) has already been hailed as “…a very loud recording…” by The Washingtown Post’s tech expert Simon Jester, and “…nothing at all like Mozart…” by MTBS’s cultural analyst Minerva Long. Based on the swirling, suggestive pulsations of the foot-powered Hammond B3 organ (a popular renaissance instrument), the B3z forged their obsessive-compulsive aural landscape in the misty midst of 60s psychedelia, but quickly disappeared from the scene when rumours of highly unorthodox hotel room behavior brought their first world tour to a sudden halt. But this long-awaited reappearance of “The B3z” confirms what fans have always known - the band’s mind-numbing contributions to music history are more than just fairy tales.
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