The self-titled album by Dzjenghis Khan is a 2007 release by the San Francisco-based psych-acid rock band. The album was recorded at the Headgear Studios in San Francisco and produced by Carson Binks. The album features ten tracks of raw, fuzzy, acid rock. The band's sound has been compared to that of bands such as Black Sabbath, Cream, and Led Zeppelin. The album has received positive reviews from critics, who have praised the band's musicianship and songwriting. The album has been a commercial success, reaching number 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
The album's title track, "Dzjenghis Khan," is a seven-minute epic that builds to a powerful climax. The song is a tribute to the legendary Mongol conqueror. Other highlights from the album include "The Wizard," "The Witch," and "The End of the Line."
Dzjenghis Khan is a must-have for fans of psych-acid rock. The album is a powerful and immersive experience that will transport you back to the 1960s.
|Sub-Genre: Retro / Psychedelic.|
|Catalog No: HPS089.|