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Item no. 314515
Musical Genre Stoner Rock
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 LP & CD
Edition Coloured, Re-Release, Remastered
Product topic Bands
Band Spiritual Beggars
Product type LP
Colour yellow
Release date 6/26/15
Will be releesed on yellow vinyl and comes with CD album and bonus tracks.

"Mantra III", the 1998 album by the hard-rock/stoner combo Spiritual Beggars is brought back to life with this remastered re-release version and includes the album in CD format (including bonus tracks) and liner notes by founding member Michael Amott (Carcass/Arch Enemy) as an extra.
  1. Superbossanova - Remastered
  2. Homage to the Betrayed - Remastered
  3. Monster Astronauts - Remastered
  4. Euphoria - Remastered
  5. Broken Morning - Remastered
  6. Lack of Prozac - Remastered
  7. Bad Karma - Remastered
  8. Send Me a Smile - Remastered
  9. Cosmic Romance - Remastered
  10. Inside Charmer - Remastered
  11. Sad Queen Boogie - Remastered
  12. Mushroom Tea Girl - Remastered
  13. Superbossanova - Remastered
  14. Homage to the Betrayed - Remastered
  15. Monster Astronauts - Remastered
  16. Euphoria - Remastered
  17. Broken Morning - Remastered
  18. Lack of Prozac - Remastered
  19. Bad Karma - Remastered
  20. Send Me a Smile - Remastered
  21. Cosmic Romance - Remastered
  22. Inside Charmer - Remastered
  23. Sad Queen Boogie - Remastered
  24. Mushroom Tea Girl - Remastered
  25. The Band Is Playing - Remastered
  26. Redwood Blues - Remastered
  27. Euphoria - Alternative Mix [Remastered]

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Thomas A.

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Posted on: May 4, 2016

Spiritual Beggars - Mantra III

This album is often overshadowed by the one that followed it - Ad Astra. But while Mantra III is less polished than Ad Astra, it makes up for it with sheer energy and swagger. The songs here are heavier and more melodic, with the production being raw and blistering. The stomping main riff in "Homage to the Betrayed" is glorious in its sheer ballsiness, just try to listen to it without banging your head. My favorite track here is "Euphoria", which showcases the essential ingredient that is Per Wiberg. This was the his first album with the Beggars, and his addition propels the band into the stratosphere. On Euphoria, his mellotron compliments the chorus and adds a whole other layer of, dare I say, emotion to the mix.

Don't overlook this one - it is equal to Ad Astra!

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