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Performer: The Asteroid No.4
Title: These Flowers Of Ours: A Treasury Of Witchcraft And Devilry
Country: US
Released: 2008
Style: Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 475
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Get the LP at theasteroidno4. t-devilry Includes unlimited streaming of These Flowers of Ours: A Treasury of Witchcraft & Devilry via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

Written By – Scott Vittorelli. Written By – Scott Vittorelli. Producer – Ryan Van Kriedt, The Asteroid Vocals – Adam Weaver, Ryan Van Kriedt, Scott Vitt. This record is dedicated to the memory of our dear friend Steve (Beats) Keller. Liner notes by J. Sweeney. Paid for by The Committee To Keep Music Evil. These Flowers Of Ours: A Treasury Of Witchcraft And Devilry ‎(2xLP). The Committee To Keep Music Evil.

Clearly, These Flowers of Ours: A Treasury of Witchcraft and Devilry exhibits the best the band has offered in terms of songwriting and production, resulting in the album that they were aiming for since 1998. Though bumps in the road have occurred, The Asteroid No. 4 are a testament of determination and an unwillingness to throw in the towel when a creative decision falters. It is ironic in a sense that the biggest failure of The Asteroid No. 4’s career will likely end up being a vital creative contributor

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These Flowers of Ours: A Treasury of Witchcraft & Devilry. B-sides and Singles 1997-2007. More The Asteroid Listen to These Flowers of Ours now. Listen to These Flowers of Ours in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

These Flowers of Ours. What is it with American bands and their love of early 90's British music. The Asteroid No 4 come from Philadelphia, and have been recording and touring since the late 90's. They claim to have dabbled in everything from Anglo-induced pop (very much in evidence on this album) to the sound of vintage LA country rock outfits. And so they are frighteningly similar to the glut of experimental and noisy musicians who hailed from the home counties when Noel's House Party was a must-see, lurking on the edge of shoegaze when the rest of the nation were going baggy, waving glo-sticks in their sweaty fists. Here we have an album that if sliced up into a pie.

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Tracklist

My Love
Let It Go
Hold On
I Look Around
She's All I Need
War
Flowers Of Ours
Hei Nah Lah
She Touched The Sky
All Fall Down
Empty Like A Little Child

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EVILCD514 The Asteroid No.4* These Flowers Of Ours: A Treasury Of Witchcraft And Devilry ‎(CD, Album, Dig) The Committee To Keep Music Evil EVILCD514 US 2008
EVILLP514 The Asteroid No.4* These Flowers Of Ours: A Treasury Of Witchcraft And Devilry ‎(2xLP) The Committee To Keep Music Evil EVILLP514 US 2009
ONIZUKA001 The Asteroid No.4* These Flowers Of Ours: A Treasury Of Witchcraft And Devilry ‎(2xLP) Onizuka Music ONIZUKA001 US 2018


Reviews (2)
Bort
This album is an absolute psychedelic masterpiece!!It's a must have

Lailace
Asteroid No. 4 tripped me back to the mid 60’s and the psychedelically mind bending release by The Chocolate Watch Band, where they not only delivered some spectacular music, but packaged the record with mystic liner notes, written as a journal, of recording in a smokey drugged haze of thick Afghani Finger Hash and assorted pills late into the night ... late into the recording session ... all while waiting on a mystical magical box ... a box that would not only release the music, set it all in order, but free the lads from their mortal coil, and allow them to roam the galaxies free and unbounded.This idea of delivering a special package, one that evokes and blurs a hazy relationship between fact and fiction is difficult to do, the Stones did it with the 3D cover of Their Satanic Majesty’s Request, and the Beatles certainly did it with Sgt. Pepper, leaving me wasted and wishing for more. I’m more then sure that Asteroid has never heard of The Chocolate Watch Band, but they do tie the album together with a great double gated package, trippy cover art and fantastic liner notes that make it all the more worthwhile. Legend: 2008 A.D. ... Across the marsh, it was hard to believe that civilization had ever existed at all, much less come and gone and was about to come again. And where the lake met the woods, a group of genteel woodsmen had dropped out completely, I mean, really dropped out and constructed for themselves a bucolic yet no less man made realm. Great white moonfruits grew outside of their laboratory ... You’ll have to get the album to finish the rest, me [?], I was hooked.But I wasn’t merely hooked by the liner notes, I was hooked by the music that completely wrapped itself around me, bathing me in light sensations of the pre-peak rise of an acid drenched trip and suspended me ever so gently as lush layers of atmospheric sound washed over me time and time again, becoming more complex and intoxicating with each song. It’s been years since I’ve been so completely captivated by an album in all respects. Lucky for me, I was able to see Asteroid No. 4 with about a hundred and fifty other people at Kung Fu Necktie, where they opened for Spectrum, defied gravity, and spun the twelve by twelve foot stage into the cosmos and back again, leaving me drained, limp and hungry for more.Review by Jenell Kesler

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