Kula Shaker: “Stotra” from Peasants, Pigs, And Astronauts

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About “Stotra”

“Stotra” is a hidden song by Kula Shaker from their album Peasants, Pigs, And Astronauts.

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About Peasants, Pigs, And Astronauts

Kula Shaker’s second studio album, Peasants, Pigs, And Astronauts, was released in 1999. The album combines psychedelic rock, Indian music, and Britpop to create a unique sound. The album features hit singles such as “Sound of Drums” and “Mystical Machine Gun,” which showcase the band’s eclectic sound and spiritual lyrics.

The album opens with “Great Hosannah,” a grandiose track featuring a choir and Indian instruments, setting the tone for the rest of the album. “Jerry Was There” and “Taxman” are examples of the band’s more upbeat, poppy tracks, while “Hollow Man (Parts 1 & 2)” and “80’s Life” demonstrate the band’s experimental side.

The album’s title is reflective of the band’s philosophy, which incorporates Hinduism, Buddhism, and other Eastern religions, as well as social commentary on contemporary issues. Peasants, Pigs, And Astronauts showcases Kula Shaker’s unique blend of genres and their commitment to spiritual and political themes.

How to find “Stotra”

On CD: Begins at 10:10 of track #12

Listen to “Stotra”

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