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ERPLAND

Ozric Tentacles

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.01 | 212 ratings

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memowakeman
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4 stars Space rock at it`s best

I was introduced to Ozric Tentacles because of an strange and ridicolous fact, reading an article in a mexican web site, i found the name of Ozric Tentacles and it suppose that the mentioned band plays spacial music, i liked the name, and actually that was the reason of getting their music.

Now that i know much more about them i can say that that old fact which made me get into them, was a mere coincidence and a strange but great situation, then i clearly remember that i found Erpland in a "market" of my city, put it in my stereo and loved it since the first time.

The music, the space effects and use of electronic instruments has made me love this album since then, in fact i got more interested in the band because of this album, and actually i got more interested in discover new bands with space effects and alike to Ozric Tentacles.

The greatness of the album and its music is the blend of great electric guitar sound with that space and variable music sound created by the band, also we can listen hints of Reggae, electronic moods and powerful rock songs.

After all i think is not a true masterpiece despite my love for it, so for that reason i think of it as a 4 star album, great!

memowakeman | 4/5 |

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