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FUTURE DAYS

Can

 

Krautrock

4.00 | 369 ratings

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Warthur
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4 stars The final Can album to feature Damo Suzuki rather proves that the musical direction they were heading in didn't require him; whilst his eccentric vocal style was essential to the sound of Tago Mago, from the croon of Paperhouse to the hootings and wailings of that album's more experimental tracks, here Suzuki almost disappears entirely as the band become wrapped up in their spacey, hypnotic instrumental jamming, which is perfected on album highlight Bel Air. The approach here would reach its peak on the excellent Soon Over Babaluma, but it's certainly an improvement over Ege Bamyasi; at the same time, as far as Can albums featurign Damo Suzuki go it's no match for the classic Tago Mago.
Warthur | 4/5 |

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