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Gallery of Mites

The sonic conglomerate referred to as Gallery of Mites happened in the entire year 2001, when Monster Magnet drummer Jon Kleiman, as well as original Magnet vocalist and longtime visual propaganda specialist Tim Cronin, made a decision they needed several extra hands within the studio. Also deeming a fresh set of music far too intense for make use of by their garage area rock clothing the Ribeye Brothers and recognizing neither of these could play business lead guitar everything that well, they started appealing fellow veterans of New Jersey’s prolific stoner rock and roll community to collaborate in the ten-man task that could become Gallery of Mites. Taking part in the sporadic, year-long periods for what ultimately became the ensemble’s Pests in the Bluefish debut had been such picture luminaries as guitarists Ed Mundell (Atomic Bitchwax, Monster Magnet), Phil Caivano (Monster Magnet, Blitzpeer ), Tommy Southard (Solace, Godspeed), Stu Gollin (Halfway to Eliminated), and Mike Schweigert (Lord Sterling); bassists Joe Calandra (Monster Magnet) and Jim Bagliano (Lord Sterling); and harp participant Duane Hutter (Dark Nasa). Your final but extremely particular cameo was supplied by Unida and ex-Kyuss vocalist John Garcia, financing his inimitable pipes to 1 from the band’s high-energy, Stooges- and Stones-inspired rock rockers.

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