Napalm Brain

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Napalm Brain
Origin Manchester, England
Genres Psychedelic rock, Blues-rock, Acid rock, Art rock
Years active 1967–1972
Labels Atlantic
Members Greg Owens
Felix Burnett
Marc Lyxzén

Napalm Brain were a psychedelic rock trio hailing from Manchester, England. The group was composed of Greg Owens on guitar, Felix Burnett on bass and vocals, and Marc Lyxzén providing the drums and percussion. Only active from the spring of 1967 until autumn in 1972, Napalm Brain still released material including their second album, Iron Moon. It showcased Owens' blues-on-acid guitar style, Burnett's melodic basslines, and Lyxzén's drumming, which bears strong resemblance to the stylings of John Bonham.[original research?]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Succubus (1969)
  • Iron Moon (1972)

EPs[edit]

  • Napalm Brain (1967)
  • Hey Little Lady, Where'd Your Soul Run Off To? (1968)
  • Skinny Lizard (1970)
  • Ocean Floor Fire (1971)