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Spaced Out


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.49 | 8 ratings

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4 stars One of the tightest bands this side of Alpha Centauri. Put the cat out and send your grandmother to the store for this live blowout from one of the most technical fusion monster going. If there ever was a drive your nieghbours nuts album this is it. If you haven't heard their studio material then this is a good place to start and even if you have this beats it by a long shot. Loud, tight playing by this three piece which sounds like a five piece at times, taking the guitar, bass & drums configuration to different dimensional planes with all kinds of effects. Heavily influenced by UZEB which never approached this degree of heaviness. The only caution is that it tends to sound too much alike as the concert progresses. Nonetheless, play loud and enter into oblivion.
Vibrationbaby | 4/5 |


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