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VIVE LA TRANCE

Amon Düül II

 

Krautrock

3.23 | 83 ratings

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miedj
4 stars "Vive la trance" is a curious object, quite as Amon Duul II. In this year of 1974, the group turned definitively the back in the music Kraut to make an album very rock but always so progressive. The style is varied, with very exotic tones. It does not take itself too seriously, but I find it much more accessible than "Phallus Dei" too much jumble and too intellectual. I like the voice of the female singer (too rare in the progressive) quite particularly in "Jalousie" and "Mozambique". A very sparkling music, to the antipodes of a grandiloquent and pompous Prog. So much the better, from time to time.
miedj | 4/5 |

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