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VINEGAR

Vinegar

 

Krautrock

2.61 | 18 ratings

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4 stars Vinegar's sole eponymous album from 1971 is a rough, brooding psychedelic odyssey that I find to hold some very enjoyable music. The music is similar to early Pink Floyd, Amon Duul, Ainigma, Dom and Amon Duul II at their less intense. "Missi Solis" and "Fleisch" are the highlights for me, both great songs worthy of inclusion on any Krautrock compilation. I don't understand the incredibly low ratings this one has received on this site, and this seems to be an instance where the typical progressive fan's bias for perfect, precise music seems evident. The playing is slightly sloppy sometimes and the band's sound is sometimes slightly amateur but I find it holds great substance and especially the 13-minute track "Missi Solis" is rather complex. I enjoy this album a lot and recommended highly to fans of psychedelic music and krautrock!
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