Psychedelic Souls

In which a small army of musicians (including Porno for Pyros guitarist Pete DiStefano and the drummer and bassist from Sublime) lay down reggae versions of such classic-rock touchstones as ”My Generation,” ”For What It’s Worth,” and ”Like a Rolling Stone,” among others. Sure, Psychedelic Souls sounds like a MAD TV skit, but once you finish chuckling at the Wailing Souls’ sheer cojones, you’ll likely agree that these gleefully heretical reinventions add up to the year’s boldest multi-culti novelty album. B

Psychedelic Souls
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