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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: RIPLP139
  • Format: LP
  • UPC: 850015940545
  • Street Date: 04/09/21
  • PreBook Date: 03/05/21
  • Label: Ripple Music »
  • Genre: Metal
  • Run Time: 75:21 mins
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 2021
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 0
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English


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Wo Fat - Psychedelonaut

Stoner rock greats Wo Fat's acclaimed 2009 album is finally available on vinyl as a deluxe, newly remastered edition.

Wo Fat - Psychedelonaut
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Wo Fat's long out-of-print 2009 sophomore release, now available on vinyl for the first time as a deluxe remastered version.

Over the course of a sonic odyssey which spans six studio albums, one live recording and two splits, Texas psychedelic doom mongers WO FAT have stayed true to the deep, dark blues that wail from within and continually infused their riffs with primal grooves. Having secured their legendary status within the stoner rock community by appearing on much coveted bills at Roadburn, Desertfest, Freak Valley Festival, Hellfest and Psycho Las Vegas, the band's latest collaboration with Ripple Music sees a reissue of the band's long out-of-print Psychedelonaut album from 2009 returning to the world in a deluxe new remastered edition.


Track Listing

Disc 1:
  • Psychedelonaut
  • Enter The Riffian
  • Analog Man
  • El Culto De La Avaricia
  • Stratus
  • Disc 2:
    • Two The Hard Way
    • The Slow Blade
    • Shake 'Em On Down
    • Not Of This Earth
    • The Spheres Beyond

Press Quotes

A record that begs for the warmth of vinyl like a neglected dog needs water


A burn out from start to finish line ... Look out! Or you might get steamrolled by this hell-fueled mean machine

     —Planet Fuzz

The nexus point for what they'd go on to accomplish, blending swamp blues, ultra-stony fuzz tone and heavy psychedelic jazz-jamming into a sound that's only become more their own as they've gone on ... a lot of what the three-piece of guitarist/vocalist Kent Stump, bassist Tim Wilson and drummer/backing vocalist Michael Walter would go on to accomplish sonically got its start here.

     —The Obelisk


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