Easter Everywhere

13th Floor Elevators - Easter Everywhere
Critic Score
Based on 1 review
User Score
Based on 23 ratings
November 1, 1967 / Release Date
LP / Format
International Artists / Label
Suggest a Genre
Add
Abuse of this feature may prevent future contributions from your account.
Tags
Your Review
Sign In to rate and review
CheapandLethal
90
Superb
SoundAura
99
Easter Everywhere is easily one of the most overlooked albums released in the summer of love even though fellow member Tommy Hall was the one that coined the term “Psychedelic Rock”. The 13th Floor Elevators sound is unlike any band before or even after. Hall’s electric jug gives these songs a certain charm to them that may be hard to access for some due to the albums production style with loud instrumentals and the almost whisper-like vocals of Roky Erickson even though ... read more
100
1: “Slip Inside This House”
0.95
2: “Slide Machine”
0.96
3: “She Lives [In a Time of Her Own]”
1.00
4: “Nobody to Love”
0.87
5: “It’s All Over Now (Baby Blue)”
1.00
6: “Earthquake”
0.93
7: “Dust”
0.82
8: “[’ve Got] Levitation”
0.98
9: “I Had to Tell You”
1.00
10: Postures (Leave Your Body Behind)”
1.00

Avg: 95+5(Preference)= [100/100]
Purchasing Easter Everywhere from Amazon helps support Album of the Year. Or consider a donation?

Track List

  1. Slip Inside This House
  2. Slide Machine
  3. She Lives (In a Time of Her Own)
  4. Nobody to Love
  5. Baby Blue
  6. Earthquake
  7. Dust
  8. I've Got Levitation
  9. I Had to Tell You
  10. Postures (Leave Your Body Behind)
Sign in to comment
No one has said anything yet.
In Library (3)
Gram
MarkCooper
rafbraga
Contributions By
royalflush


Added on: May 13, 2013