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Spiral Realms


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.29 | 5 ratings

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3 stars This is the second album i got by spiral realms and is a preety good layed back album with the synths by len del rio and simon house on electric violin and other stuff,the first track cysyrgy is a not to bad track a perfect track to put on with the lights of same goes for every track on this,this album is one of those albums that might be hard to get into but it is a not to bad album plus i got the version which was released in 2004 on hawk records[hawkvp33cd] voiceprint i think,i always enjoy this better at night as its got that feel to it,simon houses violin on this album is ok to which for me is what makes the album and is all over it,i think this would appeal to more on the side of tangerine dream fans more than hawkwind as its more tangerine dream sounding and i think some hawkwind fans would or might be disappointed but i might be wrong,i,m a big hawkwind fan and found myself listening to this all the way through and it actually isnt a bad album attall and the version i got has 2 cds with it wheres the 2nd cd is remixes of the album so to get u into it more theres 2 cds which is an ok idea i think,i give this 3 stars as its an album which is different to hear and simon houses violin sounds ok on this to,this album is worth a listen give it ago,its nice and mellow all the way through kind of relaxing.3 stars.
davidsporle | 3/5 |


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