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UFO

Guru Guru

 

Krautrock

3.67 | 101 ratings

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siLLy puPPy
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2 stars Maybe i'm just missing something.This reminds me of stoned friends who used to play in their garage trying to come up with some interesting material but as I was sitting there listening I found myself more interested in the imperfections on the garage walls than the music itself. Seeing that this is a release that seems to divide into two camps I certainly can understand the appeal of this if played occasionally under the influence of something highly intoxicating and in the right frame of mind.

I like the improvisational feel to some of it but the actual results don't work for me. I absolutely love Amon Duul II and Can and also the title track on Pink Floyd's Saucerful Of Secrets, but unlike that track which conveys something through its trippiness this just doesn't seem to go anywhere and is randomly spurting out musical gibberish. I know this album is somewhat influential and would inspire other bands to create even better sonic freakouts, but of all the Krautrock i've heard so far this is of the ones I like the least.

siLLy puPPy | 2/5 |

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