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CRAWLING TO LHASA

Kalacakra

 

Indo-Prog/Raga Rock

2.80 | 17 ratings

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Warthur
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1 stars This German take on raga-influenced psychedelic jamming is unfortunately probably one of those obscure releases which is obscure for a reason. To be blunt, the album is just kind of boring. Between tracks like September Fullmoon, which take a simple musical idea and then drive it right into the ground by repeating it over and over again without variation, and misguided experiments like Tante Olga, which sounds like the Mothers of Invention parodying the blues (except Zappa and the Mothers wouldn't keep that joke going for over 7 minutes), it's just one botched effort after another. Maybe people who really like Indo-prog could get more out of this album (and goodness knows it's one of the least appreciated and least populated subgenres on this site), but I can honestly do without it.
Warthur | 1/5 |

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