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Electric Orange



3.04 | 4 ratings

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3 stars Second Electric Orange release contains some out-takes from the same sessions released on debut album. This album contains four long (between 9 and 25 minutes) compositions, airy spacey and trippy.

All compositions are improves,played and recorded by Dirk Jan Müller himself ( synth, organ, some guitars, tapes,loops,etc). Music there is kind of spacey rock, but heavily psychedelic, with strong influence from Krautrock bands of 70-s (Amon Duul, etc). Main attraction there is recordings atmosphere, which quite authentically brings you to early 70-s.

Originally this album was "recorded at home and released as Limited Edition of 56 CDr's", re- released in 2001. Hardly essential, this album could be of interest for band's fans,being interesting evidence of their early years.

snobb | 3/5 |


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