Tomorrow, stoner-rock heroes Monster Magnet come to the Music Hall of Williamsburg to play their debut album Spine of God in its entirety. As career-making as that album was, talk of looking back on the group's legacy calls to mind their biggest hit, 1998's "Space Lord." While the song has since be remembered as one of the last purely traditional rock songs of the '90s, as well as immortalized as an ironic music cue in movies like Talladega Nights: The Legend of Ricky Bobby, revisiting its place in history reveals the song's video to possibly be the missing link that bridged the gap for the rock-rap explosion of the late '90s.
Dave Wyndorf of Monster Magnet
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