a core point about the Linus Pauling Quartet isn’t merely that they’re a great psych band, but a great band period, able to embrace a lot of styles and moods and work them well. All Music "Anthemic, stupid and selflessly unrestrained, the LPQ eventually attain self immolation of sorts during the sprawling chaos. -Ptolemaic Terrascope (UK). The Linus Pauling Quartet.
The Linus Pauling Quartet is a psychedelic rock group which specializes in a specific subgenre known as "Texas Psych", but frequently dabbles also in garage rock, stoner rock, punk rock, and heavy metal at various points throughout their discography. The LP4 was formed in 1994 by veterans of various local groups from the Houston and Clear Lake areas of Texas.
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Ampalanche 02. Slave To The Die 03. Sometimes 04. Planck 05. Brisket 06. Nico 07. Alive 08. VI, De Druknede (We, The Drowned) [Digital Album Bonus Track). Ambient, Downtempo, Chill Out, Lo-fi, Lounge, New Age, Celtic, Easy Listening. Classical Music, Instrumental, Christian, Gospel. Country, Folk, Blues, Reggae, World.
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Linus Pauling Quartet: New Album Ampalanche Due in January. Posted in Whathaveyou on November 23rd, 2015 by JJ Koczan. Houston five-piece the Linus Pauling Quartet signed with Vincebus Eruptum Recordings - the label arm of the ultra-respected Italian ‘zine of the same name - earlier this year, and at the time, it was announced that their next full-length, Ampalanche, would be out this summer. Doesn’t matter though, at least in this instance, because Linus Pauling Quartet‘s Ampalanche will be out on Jan. 15 as one to look forward to early in the New Year.