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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.56 | 25 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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4 stars They've certainly toned things down a lot from their previous album "Liquid".That record was almost doom-like in places whereas this one is more trippy and even-keeled. I like this one a lot though especially when the organ and guitar come to the fore.

"20 09" opens with not much going on until it kicks in after a minute. Drums and a trippy sound is the result.The guitar is more prominant before 3 minutes. Great sound ! Some nice organ runs here too. "23 32" kicks in heavily right away, guitar fills the air as the organ joins in.

"06 18" is slower but heavier. I like the guitar. It turns spacey after 2 1/2 minutes and then blends into the next song "44 05". It changes to a trippy sound with organ fairly quickly.The guitar dominates after 2 minutes for about a minute. It starts to turn spacey then out of nowhere before 6 minutes we get a ripping guitar solo. It settles with drums before 8 minutes before turning really spacey again before 10 minutes. "22 25" opens with relaxed guitar melodies that soon turn aggressive. Organ and drums start to build. It settles then kicks back in. Love the guitar before 4 minutes.

I do like this style of music a lot, especially turned up loud.

Mellotron Storm | 4/5 |


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