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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.88 | 106 ratings

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4 stars Suite After a fine melodice and dreamy Hammond organ solo. Then thje vocals come (horribly pronounced), but well sung in terms of melody. The bassplaying is also niceand soon the track gets a rocking feel to it. A slower instrumental part follows, with a solo on the Hammond., followed by a blues rock part with another fine basslines, followed by another slower passgae, which culmintes in a blazing wah wahed guitar solo with a bluesy feel. The passages interchange agian and the track concludes with a heavy energetic instrumental outro. 5 stars

Help to find me After a spacey intro the keyboards along with guitar start the melody. The pronounciation is better this time and thew melody is good as well. The whole track has arock feel to it, although not too straightforward and raw, especially as it gets to the solo played on a moog. In fact, itīs a very good one, with a dramatic feel to it and an actual melody. This is followed by a short guitar ppart and then the siung part with the leading motif returns. 5 stars

200 years after the last war An acoustic track with some progressive moments (especially in the outro with the spacey vocals). The melody is OK and there is also and understated guitar solo. 3.5 stars

You donīt know A heavy rock track with a good melody and a catchy opening riff. Highly reminiscent of the classic Deep Purple era with Gillan. The melody is ok, but overall, this one sounds too formulaic. A guitar solo would do well, too. 3 stars

Overall rating: 4 STARS


Peto | 4/5 |


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