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BECOME THE OTHER

Ozric Tentacles

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.60 | 89 ratings

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nisandzic
3 stars In the beginning, all Ozric Tentacles albums were fresh and stylish... But after some time they started to repeat themselves, never creating something totally new. This album is still enough creative and has lots of good moments, like in track called Ahu Belahu, for example. First one is rock song with some electronic effects which make no effect to me. It really makes me hate these instrumental rock tracks that were made by Ozrics. Ahu belahu has great sound and effects, but it is too short. Ghedengi is also excellent track, but Wob Glass ruins it. It is just percussive track, but rhythm of it is nothing in compare to some electronic or drum and bass musicians who do the same. Next song, Neurochasm is excellent dance-trans piece with fantstic guitar work, that goes heavily in psychedelic effect. Become the Other has only one good bass line to remember, other sounds are boring to me. Vibithi is also classic track, one of the best of this band. Guitar leads listener through experience of exotic extasy. Great accoustic guitar played in Arabian ethnic mode, mixed with some nice flute makes easier parts of this piece. Plurnstyle is slow and relaxing track that leads you into bed, and hopefully nice dreams.
nisandzic | 3/5 |

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