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Amon Düül II



3.98 | 262 ratings

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4 stars This Amon Duul II album is alot easier to get into then thiere earlier ones, this one have more of a stright rock feel, thieres still alot of prog and psycedelia goin on but the songs have more of a melodic feel with alot of chatchy parts. The first 3 songs are great examples of this new Amon sound, Surrounded by the stars is a great opener with great rock feel to it, i ecpecialy love the You play your violine, on Napoleon's nose part, i saw the live video of that song on youtube and was surprised to see they removed that part from the song. Green-bubble-raincoated-man and Jail-house Frog goes in the same style. Jail-house Frog has a very good guitar riff, the last 4 songs sounds more like old Amon, with Deutsch Nepal as a kind of comic relife. If you find the 4 previus Amon albums hard to get into this is no doubt highly recomended and allso if your a newbe and was a easy but still very good amon album and aslo if your a die hard fan this is a must have, and if i undesrstod it right its one of thiere last realy great albums. 4 stars. The newest remaster got 3 bonus tracks that goes in the same style as the rest of the album, but they sound a bit more comercial then the rest of the songs and not as good as the orginal album tracks but still nice to have em.
Zargus | 4/5 |


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