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REMEMBER THE FUTURE

Nektar

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.89 | 341 ratings

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Guillermo
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3 stars I listened to this album a long time ago. It was bought by one of my brothers who liked it a lot and played it a lot, too.

I read the back cover credits of this album, and I was confused, because the album was recorded in Germany for a German record label. I first thought that this band was from Germany, but years later I read in the web that they were English musicians living, playing and recording in Germany. I also was surprised to read that they were a Progressive Rock band. Well, the story told in the lyrics and illustrated in the very good cover art made me think that, but this band sounds to me Prog in some places and in other places they don`t sound Prog for me. Anyway, this is a good band which is not really one of my favourites, but it`s good. They didn`t use many synthesizers and their keyboards sound was mainly done with the piano and the organ. The vocals sound more Hard Rock than Pog Rock for me. But the album sounds dated, IMO, in comparison to other albums recorded by other Prog bands like YES, Genesis, etc.

The L.P. copy that my brother bought in 1985 (in an used L.P.s shop) was released in the U.S. by Passport Records.

Guillermo | 3/5 |

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