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Hindu Love Gods

Hindu Like Gods formed in Athens, GA in 1984, a virtual cult-hero supergroup originally comprising guitarist Peter Buck, bassist Mike Mills, and drummer Costs Berry (all 3 of then-underground symbols R.E.M.), pianist Warren Zevon (the famously sardonic vocalist/composer most widely known for the traditional “Werewolves of London”), and vocalist Bryan Make (a veteran of regional favorites Time Gadget and Oh-OK). Their initial one, “Narrator,” came for the IRS label in middle-1985. A season afterwards, Buck, Mills, and Berry rejoined Zevon to collaborate on his Sentimental Cleanliness solo work; minus Make, the foursome documented the full-length Hindu Like Gods LP during the period of an individual drunken after-hours studio room session (Expenses Berry: “It required us about for as long to do since it takes to hear”), with Zevon presuming vocal responsibilities for some loose-knit electrical blues addresses capped off by way of a reading of Prince’s “Raspberry Beret.” The program continued to be an underground story until it had been finally issued around the Large label in 1990; simply no other Hindu Like Gods recordings had been forthcoming.

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