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3.97 | 639 ratings

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5 stars Tago Mago is a brilliant album that I'm surprised hasn't got a higher rating here.

Paperhouse is he most straightforward song, and explores psychedlia. Mushroom is another psychedelic song, but with a more intense feel. Oh Yeah has experimental use of backmasked vocals, which on closer listening you cqn sometimes feel like there's words amongst the nonsense. Halleluhwah is the first of several monster tracks. Halleluhwah is punctuated by a strong drum bea and he introduction of various sounds achieved by guitars, synths and tape trickery. Augm pushes the atention up a notch and introduces some very weird noises without much structure. Very atmospheric. Peking O is an even less accessible track, with vocals being sublimely crazy. An interesting song. Bring Me Coffee or Tea returns to pure psychedlia in an epic way.

This has quicklybecome a favourite of mine, and an unquestionable 5 stars

burtonrulez | 5/5 |


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