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4.24 | 359 ratings

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4 stars This one-album wonder group produced an excellent release in the form of Eros, a concept album inspired by Frank Herbert's classic Dune. The group play a variant of Zeuhl which incorporates a lot of influences from various fusion traditions. In itself, that isn't too new - after all, Magma themselves started out playing fusion - but what makes it different is the specific fusion inspirations: thanks mainly to the talented percussionist Alain Termol, the group draw heavily on inspirations such as Pierre Moerlen's incarnation of Gong, Frank Zappa's mid- 1970s work, and the Canterbury scene. The resulting mixture is a more up-beat reimagining of the Zeuhl style, and an album which will appeal to fans of fusion, Canterbury, and RIO just as much as Magma fans.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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