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D Sound


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.74 | 39 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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4 stars Well here's another great Psychedelic / Space Rock band from Hungary to trip out on. The music is rhythmic, spacey and quite powerful. I thought of PINK FLOYD quite often. I wasn't expecting this to be so good but then I saw tszirmay's 5 star review and realized i'm not alone in my high praise for this one.

"Budafok" opens with percussion and guitar reminding me of FLOYD. Synths a minute in. It picks up a minute later then settles as contrasts continue. "Hold 1" opens with spacey synths but it turns heavy quickly. Vocals join in. Spacey synths and thunder end it. "Blues 2000" has a powerful undercurrent and vocals arrive a minute in. What a great sounding tune. "Kisember" opens with sounds that echo. Drums 2 1/2 minutes in,vocals follow. "Hold 2" is heavier with guitar playing over top. Vocals after a minute as it settles. It kicks back in heavily a minute later.

"Frog's Final Day" is spacey to start but it kicks in quickly. This song kicks ass. "Hold 3" has such a powerful rhythm to it. "Sodoma" has a good uplifting intro then it settles before a minute and vocals join in. It's still powerful though as contrasts continue. Love this song. "Otthon" opens with piano followed by heaviness before a minute. Nice. Check out the guitar after 3 minutes. Piano comes and goes. "Christine" sounds so good. A beat with guitar and synths as it builds. "Without Worlds" features guest female vocal melodies to start with synths. Piano and organ follow. A beat 1 1/2 minutes in then it turns heavy.The guitar sounds fantastic !

This is highly recommended to you space freaks out there.

Mellotron Storm | 4/5 |


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