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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.77 | 48 ratings

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5 stars I know I've been really generous with this band, my favourite band. BUT yet another 5 stars are well deserved here. Easily their most successful release, this album made the top 25 when it came out. Following yet another line up change, we see yet another change in direction. Mainly brought on by the return of Deke Leonard and his songwriting skills. Compositions were strong and commercial, without being dull. Production is smooth and polished. A fine job by Roy Thomas Baker, shortly before he worked with Queen. From the energetic hard rockers of Taking The Easy Way Out and Four Day Louise to the mellow Calafornia Silks and Satins, this album never fails to please. The vocal harmonies sound better than ever: Baker again and his great multi-layered production. Those looking for a more experimental sound, should try earlier albums first, but should not ignore this one later down the line. Brilliant stuff yet again!!
kingdhansak | 5/5 |


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