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DELICIOR RIBBON PINK BEEL (MUSIC OF DEATH)

Satan Alfa Beel Atem

 

Progressive Electronic

2.75 | 3 ratings

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Triceratopsoil
5 stars In a time when music is all too predictably musical, a gem like this work rarely comes around. A wonderful, eclectic work of Japanese underground something-or-other, Delicior Ribbon Pink Beel (Music of Death) is at times reminiscent of In Den Garten -era Popol Vuh, at other times some sort of vocal warmup gone wrong, and the rest of the time basically indescribably, uh, "unique."

Possibly not for everybody, Satan Alfa Beel Atem is nevertheless a fascinating listen that is sure to intrigue all but the least adventurous prog fans.

It also has the best album art known to mankind.

I, personally, cannot help but be violently in love with this album.

Triceratopsoil | 5/5 |

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