514 Shouts - 3,786,680 Scrobbles
After founding Jerk with a Bomb in the late '90s, Stephen McBean had by the mid-2000s transformed the Vancouver-area band into a group called Black Mountain. Drawing on blues, psychedelia, acid rock, and the Velvet Underground, Black Mountain's sound was a cross between the darkness and grit of the Warlocks and Brian Jonestown Massacre's trippiness. After debuting in October 2004 on Jagjaguwar with the 12" Druganaut, Black Mountain stayed with the label for an eponymous full-length, issued the following January.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Wucan - (6:00) - 12,074 plays
- Stormy High - (4:30) - 11,044 plays
- LyricsYoung pretty hair, oh how'd you grow there
What it is, what it is?
Ain't no wonder at all
You clung to your cloud and devoured your wealth
Like it is, like it is
- Stay Free - (4:27) - 9,985 plays
- LyricsOh come on, lay your halo down
Well angels, lay your arms around
Now every city's seen the setting sun
Call 'em kicks, you know they just begun
So come on, lay your halo down
- Tyrants - (8:00) - 8,771 plays
- Old Fangs - (4:02) - 8,119 plays
- Queens Will Play - (5:13) - 7,240 plays
- Let Spirits Ride - (4:21) - 7,258 plays
- Bright Lights - (16:40) - 5,977 plays