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4.08 | 539 ratings

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4 stars Much influence from contemporary composers like Stokhausen. I'm not a Krautrock specialist at all. But I think this album was very important for that music and an innovation. Besides, this album advanced the 'future days' of electronic music. Sounds in general are interesting. Repetition, recurrence, distorted vocals, tranquility... or obsession... (1) "Future Days": catchy music. The voices are really nice.**** (2) "Spray": more 'jazzy-influenced' than the previous track. From the middle to the end the theme is a bit different.*** (3) "Mooshake": rhythmic song. Drums are most important here than at tracks 1&2. The voice is also more clear.*** (4) "Bel air": the best track at this album. It's the most eclectic and assorted composition included at "Future Days". Much rhythmical influences form jazz and here some influences from symphonic rock (only here).*****

Average rate: 3.75 stars I think this prog sub-genre is less complex than many other (mainly symphonic and some art-rock). Then, this album is a masterpiece of Krautrock and maybe electronic sub-genre. But, in progressive rock, "Future Days" deserves 4 stars.

Marcos | 4/5 |


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