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Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.11 | 104 ratings

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5 stars Time Robber A great track with a very majestic feel. The melody is perfectly crafted and the motif played by moog is great. Thesection that comes at around the seventh minute is weaker in all aspects, but it soon merges into a quieter and moodier part, which is essentially the same as the opening vocal melody. and the track concludes with the moog part. 5 stars

Invitation A straightforward rocker with some spacey keyboards. The melody is ok, even if not awesome. Still, the extended instrumental part is good. 4 stars

Donīt keep me waiting A moody track. Essentially a ballad in the style of Pink Floydīs reflexive numbers. The mmelody is very good, and the atmosphere as well. The guitarplaying and the keyboards sound especially Floydesque, more so in the long instrumental outro, but itīs not a rip off per se, just stylistically alike. 5 stars

An accountantīs dream A faster rock track. Very conventional and formulaic,guitar dominated ,just the moog brings a different colour to the music. Nothing to rave about on this one. Still, itīs not that bad for what it is 3.5 stars

Late night show A moody song with a great melody and perfect, long keyboards passages. The singing is great as well on this one. 5 stars

Overall rating: should be 4 close to 5 stars, so I will give it a tad weaker 5 STARS


Peto | 5/5 |


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