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4.09 | 558 ratings

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4 stars "Future Days" is a weird trip to a weird world, everything in this album seems out of context, where were these guys when the stadium rock culture dominated? Well, pretty well hidden in Germany, but really, who would've thought that, in 1973, there was someone doing this kind of music, this is avant-garde at its purest, the tracks have a huge ambient feel with weird noises from keyboards and electronic sounds, the voice is rarely audible, when it comes is 100% feminine, but it's not bad at all, especially in the "Future Days" track where the voice adds an amazing groove to the song.

The album's content is very pleasant, interesting and has a great vibration, however it fails to entertain sometimes, especially in "Spray", in which the music sounds completely random, however it has beautiful moments, very ambient-like, very melodic and really spacey, this is "Bel Air".

JTP88 | 4/5 |


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