But I must say that I liked them because I like psychedelic. They are not heavy at all. Not even hard rock.
By the way, one reason I liked them so much was that they had no stage show. Just a few guys in T-shirts sitting in a semicircle playing. No flashy stage-image. No solos to show off. It was all about the music. I had my eyes closed most of the time and let it work through me. Very different from other concerts.
@mm24 I think the larger category of "cheese" really is what it says on google's definition: A food made from the pressed curds of milk. The curds can be from acidification due to bacterial action, added acid (like vinegar or lemon juice), or enzymes such as rennet. If the whey is removed, and the product is made from the curd, that is a cheese (this is why yoghurt is not a cheese, the whey has not been removed). Some cheeses are then aged, others are not.
Still, all of these things are cheeses in the view of most of the world.
Queso blanco (), along with other similar cheeses including queso fresco (), is a creamy, soft, and mild unaged white cheese, commonly used in the Iberian Peninsula and in several American countries, including Mexico. The name queso blanco is Spanish for "white cheese", but similar cheeses are used and known throughout the world by different names.
It is sometimes made by pressing the whey from cottage cheese, but more often it is made by heating whole fresh milk to near-boiling, adding an acidifying agent such as vinegar, stirring until curds form, then draining the curds in cheesecl...