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3.61 | 65 ratings

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3 stars Hate to be not the one to add anything new, but I completely agree with the other review of Motorpsycho's Child of the Future posted here. This is a collection of wild, raw (it deliberately sounds as a live album on an old magnetic tape), improv-heavy rock'n'roll tunes. Led Zeppelin on acid AND steroids. Motorpsycho is by no means restricted to this kind of sound (they've done jazz, country and everything in between), but it is perhaps what is most often recalled of this band, and it does comprise a heavy chunk of their repertoire. Best tracks here are probably the opener, Ozzylot, for it's by far the catchiest and a relatively cleaner tune, and Whole Lotta Diana for its wild instrumental pyrotechnics.
Progrussia | 3/5 |


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