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Los Natas


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.20 | 16 ratings

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4 stars Greetings from Ankara, Turkey during the end of first year of COVID-19 Pandemic. Tonight is the first night I am listening to Los Natas and I must say my hopes weren't high when my flatmate opened up a song from his Spotify Discover Weekly. Right after listening to the track Brisa del Desierto, I put on my headphones and started listening to the album from the very first track Carl Sagan. Considering the fact that Los Natas's music genre is said to be psychedelic/space/stoner rock, I guess, I started to think that this is a concept album. I don't know what it is, but I know that I will learn. Either by reading some weird Spanish sites from the very depths of Internet with Google translate, or by lowering my PhD and making up a one. Either way, I will learn what it is. But I don't plan on writing it again since I don't usually write something to the internet, unless it is some quantum shit or trolling. But I want to believe that this comment will not be alone under this excellent album in this great site. So yeah. It is a good album.
berat | 4/5 |


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