News: Monster Magnet cover Poobah’s ‘Mr Destroyer’ And Ripple Music Are Set To Release A Poobah Anthology Album.

POOBAH’s 1972 anthem “Mr. Destroyer” has been covered by New Jersey’s stoner rock icons Monster Magnet as part of their upcoming covers album ‘A Better Dystopia’. 

Poobah’s debut album ‘Let Me In’ was just repressed for the fifth time on vinyl by Ripple Music, who also announce the upcoming release of the ‘Burning In The Rain: A Poobah Anthology’ this year.

With all-time classics such as “Mr Destroyer”, “Bowleen” and “Enjoy What You Have” (a song used in Sophie Turner’s movie Josie), Poobah’s 1972 debut album ‘Let Me In’ is now approaching legendary status. Thanks to an unprecedented fusion of early days Cream psychedelia and the fuzzed-out heaviness of Black Sabbath, the American trio’s debut originated a sound that was both fresh and intense. Their incendiary live shows led them to support major acts such as Canned Heat, Judas Priest, Alice Cooper, ZZ Top, Foghat, and countless others throughout the years.

The ‘Let Me In’ reissue is available now through Ripple Music on deluxe 2xLP, including a bonus disc with 12 previously unreleased tracks, a double gatefold jacket with rare photos and a download code.

Order the album here

Check out Monster Magnets cover of ‘Mr Destroyer’, below

1. Mr. Destroyer
2. Enjoy What You Have
3. Live To Work
4. Bowleen
5. Rock N’ Roll
6. Let Me In
– – – – BONUS TRACKS – – – – 
7. Here’s The Band
8. Make A Man Outta You
9. Upside Down Highway
10. Walk Of The Bug
11. Blooey Gooey
12. Going To Rock City
13. Smoke
14. Mr. Destroyer (Live Rehearsal)
15. Passion For Freedom
16. Aww, Not Now
17. Bowleen (Radio Edit)
18. I’m Crazy, You’re Crazy

Find out more via Poobahs Website

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