Most rock jam-session albums aren’t worth more than one listen, but Hindu Love Gods — a collaboration between Warren Zevon and R.E.M. (minus artsy lead singer Michael Stipe) — finds all involved sounding loose and juiced, a crack bar band ready to take on any frat party. The country and blues remakes that dominate the album are fun to hear, if slight. But the real treats are Zevon’s whoops and growls, Bill Berry’s trashcan-style drumming, and a metallic version of Prince’s ”Raspberry Beret” that makes Graffiti Bridge sound downright New Age. B
Hindu Love Gods Most rock jam-session albums aren't worth more than one listen, but Hindu Love Gods — a collaboration between Warren Zevon and R...Hindu Love GodsRock Most rock jam-session albums aren't worth more than one listen, but Hindu Love Gods — a collaboration between Warren Zevon and R...1990-11-02
Genre: Rock; Producer (group): Giant, Reprise Records
Posted November 2 1990 — 12:00 AM EST
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