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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.93 | 41 ratings

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4 stars A great solid Space Rock Album. HEAVY PSYCHEDELIC

This One maybe is the most accessible Album by 35007. Like the Debut it features powerfull riffing, impulsive rythms, raw (in good meaning) voice and spacey synth work. But it is more structured and not as overloaded as that first CD. This makes it a better starter for someone new to the band. With HERD It starts with reverse cymbals (yeahhh!) and soon builds up an impulsive groove with pulsating synth lines. The following titles mostly contain tracks that could be described as a heavier and groovier version of Hawkwind. The high points (I can't really pint out weak points) in this vein maybe are SOUL MACHINE, BIG BORE and 66 (the last one with great heavy basal bass). There is also a nice and more quiet, dreamy song with little percussion (VEIN) which gives a little rest between all this mindblowing psychedelic tunes. Although Hawkwind are the inventors of this genre, i like 35007 more. No classic Prog like Genesis or Yes but a more progressive edge of the psychedelic Stoner genre, so this Album is no masterpiece of progressive but one of heavy psychedelic music. It still is a great addition to any prog music collection. Other similar bands could be the Spacious Mind from Sweden or Monkey 3 from Switzerland (They have a song on their Debut called 35007).

Rapataz | 4/5 |


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