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3.98 | 56 ratings

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5 stars Eiliff occupied a corner of the Krautrock landscape close to the corner of psychedelia and jazz-rock. There's a Canterbury-esque sound to their work which suggests the influence of Soft Machine in terms of blending the tripped- out freakouts of the psych scene with the sheer technical chops and intensity of jazz fusion or the harder moments of King Crimson. Take that and apply that to the Krautrock scene's penchant for wild, intense jams and you have an explosive blend there, and on this debut album they do a really excellent job of delivering on all of its components. Having languished out of print for decades, it's now thankfully been rereleased by itself, or there's a CD compilation of this and Girlrls!, their second album, which has a pretty reasonable sound to it.
Warthur | 5/5 |


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