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Bolex Dementia

Bolex Dementia
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Digitally re-mastered edition of this 1973 album by this band formed by John Du Cann and Paul Hammond from Atomic Rooster alongside John Gustafson from Quatermass. Signed to Purple records in 1971 initially as Bullet, they had to change their name in early 1972 as there was then already in existence an American group called Bullet. Bolex Dementia was delayed almost a year because of a bad accident featuring two band members. Then the LP cover (which was considered one of the most horrific of 1973) was deemed as unacceptable in some territories (in the USA for example, a fresh cover had to be created before the album could hit the racks). The band broke up shortly after the release of this album. Angel Air. 2011.

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  1. 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not a bad follow-up to Bulletproof, August 2, 2007
    David Whitman (Wichita, KS USA) –

    This review is from: Bolex Dementia (Audio CD)
    This album isn’t a bad sophmore effort from a trio of nitty gritty longhairs from England. There are some hard edged power chording going on but there’s also some ventures into funk and weirdness. ‘Mermany’ is strange acoustic rock that kind of grows on you after a while. ‘Libel’ has a groovy bass line layered with r&bish vocals, and ‘Bolex Dementia’ is a fuzzy conglameration of shortwave radio noises, scratchy noise samples, and a psychotic sounding guitar riff.

    The album’s reigning acheivement has to be ‘Spider’s Web’. As far as I can tell, the song is about procrastination which is something everybody has had a problem with at one time or another. ‘Just keep it out of sight, I don’t wanna see you tonight! Just make everything right! I don’t wanna see you tonight!”. The singer takes on a ‘out of sight, out of mind’ attitude but knowing darn well, it will bite him in the rear in the very end. Great guitar riff, great bass playing, a bit funky but not in a bad way like Deep Purple’s ‘Stormbringer’. This is 70s funk-metal done right.

    ‘Roll A Rocket’ would be the album’s ‘Speed King’. It would make for a perfect soundtrack of to a muscle car chase from an old 70s B movie.

    Heavy, but not as evil as one might think, ‘Bolex Dementia’ is a solid effort that is a bit more experimental than the previous album. There are a few songs that don’t hit the mark like ‘Dazzle Dizzy’ and ‘Get Lost’, songs that kind of go nowhere fast, but overall, a fun listen.

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A dream to have it, January 9, 2013

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    This review is from: Bolex Dementia (Audio CD)
    I brought this album when it was for the first time distributed in 1973.
    The second great work from the great drummer and guitarist from Atomic Rooster and the bass from legendary Quattermass.
    I was searching for it in CD version since the beginning of the distribution of this new music media on the market.
    But I had to wait years, and finally I have the pleasure to listen to this music from a clean digital source!
    An album for amateurs, less immediate than the first work Bulletproof, but absolutely interesting, and a must for music lovers.
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  3. 2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Benjamin G (Mexico City) –

    This review is from: Bolex Dementia (Audio CD)
    This album is a curiosity and also a reminder of what was going on the British scene after the demise of the second line up of Atomic Rooster. John Cann- guitar and Paul Hammond- drums, left the Rooster in 1972 after their highly successful album “In Hearing Of Atomic Rooster”.
    Joining forces with John Gustafson- bass guitar, the trio released in 1972 their first album as Hard Stuff, “Bullet Proof”, I highly recommend this album, that is if you can find it. As for their second album “Bolex Dementia” and last, which gladly is around, the trio continued with their intriguingly blend of Heavy Metal, British Blues and a touch of excentricity. This album is not for everyone, but just in case you’re a fan of groups like Atomic Rooster, Edgar Broughton Band, Quatermass and Ian Gillan, surely you must get it, besides you’ll own an album hardly anybody is aware of it’s existence.
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