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FUTURE DAYS

Can

 

Krautrock

4.00 | 367 ratings

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corbet
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5 stars There is no other album like Future Days. This is how I define subtle, atmospheric music that still retains true musical energy. Bel Air is simply one of the best clumps of sound to ever find its way onto record: at turns both soothing and menacing, it captures musical "electricity" like nothing else I have ever heard. Jaki Liebezeit, to me, is more a force of nature than a mere drummer -- his relentless pounding and crashing speaks to my ears like some sort of mystical morse code. The rest of the band, meanwhile, forms a kind of shimmering fog that ebbs and flows around his rhythms. Guitars, keyboards, bass... these distinctions don't really apply in the usual sense here, because all elements have telepathically coalesced into a single organism that can speak freely. Whereas the English bands give us structure and solos, CAN gives us organic musical energy flowing freely from the source.
corbet | 5/5 |

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