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Os Mutantes


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.05 | 126 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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3 stars I'm sure this band was popular in Brazil back in the seventies as they have accessible songs that are quite catchy. Yes there are lots of spacey moments throughout.

The first track really stands out from the rest, and not in a good way in my opion.This has a DEEP PURPLE flavour to it with the screaming vocals that come and go and the hammond organ. Nothing spacey about this track,and the vocal harmonies bug me too. "Pitag Oras" is an instrumental with a piano / guitar melody leading off as drums come rumbling in. "Desanuviar" is more like it, as spacey synths and vocals create a dreamy soundscape for 3 1/2 minutes when it gets a little heavier but still remains spacey. Some sitar later on in this slower paced tune that is my favourite.

"Eu So Penso Em Te Ajudar" features lots of piano including a solo.The vocals are quite passionate. "Cidadao Da Terra" has it's focus on the vocals. Some excellent drumming and organ work on this one. Piano, drums and vocals dominate "O Contrario De Nada E Nada", while the final and longest song "Tudo Foi Fieto Pelo Sol" is mostly mellow with some vocal melodies.

Yes I do like this record, but not as much as most here on the site do. 3 stars. It does have some nice moments on it though.

Mellotron Storm | 3/5 |


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