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Criteria Obsession/The Mushroom Song - Castle Canyon - Criteria Obsession (CD, Album)

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  1. Criteria Obsession by Castle Canyon, released 15 March 1. Wiggy Beets 2. Criteria Obsession/The Mushroom Song 3. My Lady Carey 4. Pope's Cabin 5. Disaster 6. Exit Strategy 7. Zig Zag River The greatest band that nobody heard in the early 70's have returned for their second opus, and it won't disappoint (unless you were looking for banjo versions of Greg Lake tunes). "Criteria.
  2. Sep 20,  · Criteria Obsession, an Album by Castle Canyon. Released in April (catalog no. BF07; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock/5(20).
  3. Criteria Obsession is a music studio album recording by CASTLE CANYON (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Criteria Obsession's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our 4/5(10).
  4. Read and write album reviews for Criteria Obsession - Castle Canyon on AllMusic.
  5. Castle Canyon Criteria Obsession, released 15 March 1. Wiggy Beets 2. Criteria Obsession/The Mushroom Song 3. My Lady Carey 4. Pope's Cabin 5. Disaster 6. Exit Strategy 7. Zig Zag River The greatest band that nobody heard in the early 70's have returned for their second opus, and it won't disappoint (unless you were looking for banjo versions of Greg Lake tunes). "Criteria Obsession.
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  7. In the spring of Castle Canyon submitted their second album by Erik Ian Walker. "Criteria Obsession" was recorded over the last few years mainly by the trio Walker, Schwartz, Elias, and again based on all sorts of material which was partially outlined in the early 70s of the last century or added.
  8. Castle Canyon is the story of two high school kids in Portland, Oregon in who wrote a lot of great music that almost nobody ever heard back then, good time but wrong place! But end good, all good because the present (around ) had given trio Castle Canyon the opportunity to find each other again and record their songs and publish them.