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FUTURE DAYS

Can

 

Krautrock

4.08 | 540 ratings

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ebil0505
5 stars Can plays with such a unique chemistry, they stand out so well among other prog bands. Both chill and trippy, they have solidified themselves as a succulent sounding group of musicians. Each breath of every drumbeat and all strums of the wavy guitar make Can send your mind to foreign landscapes. As relaxing as they are catchy, this was my first exposure to them and I was immediately hooked. The title track in particular sent me shivers by the time it reached the higher pitched singing, courtesy of Damo Suzuki, who actually tricked me into thinking there were two vocalists, such is his range. "Spray" was out there; it didn't appeal to me at first but over time I grew to appreciate as a stand-alone track on this album. "Moonshake" is a catchy hit single (at least in my mind) and offers a refreshing breath of rhythm before coming to the amazing paradise of "Bel-Air". With this sidelong suite, Can traverses psychedelic soundscapes with their ever-present rhythmic melodies. This song will make anyone's day brighter and I value it as one of prog's great suites. I'd recommend this album to anyone who likes music in general. The appeal is too broad to ignore and this album should be cherished by listeners of multiple genres.
ebil0505 | 5/5 |

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