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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.70 | 332 ratings

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3 stars Eloy's first album into the eighties named Colours issued in 1980 caught Eloy in a diffrent direction. I mean is not so spacey as previous albums is more direct in places even toying with more harder edged moments, the result is not bad but I don't think is as good and great as Silent cries or previous albums or the 2 albums who will apper after this one. Change of personel, 3 musicians left, 3 new and is obvious in sound, also the band manage in some parts to keep the symphonic space arrangements as before, for ex Silhouette. A transitional album in Eloy career, while is far from being bad to me is the most unconsistent album from Eloy golden era 1975-1982. 3 star is best I can give, plenty of good moments here but is a release with no highlight.s
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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