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3.94 | 598 ratings

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4 stars This is a great album all the way through. Aumgn is my favorite. The formlessness of the piece is really beautiful and the ending with the percussion is heartpounding. Deserving of playing full blast!

Paperhouse is a quiet piece, not really progressive but some sadness and beauty Mushroom is a nice bit of funklike music. Damo Suzuki's nonsensical vocals really stand out here Oh Yeah has a great chord progression and the organ drone is really cool. Halleluwah is another good funky piece, a little too long though Peking O is pretty puerile sounding, gobbledy gook with what sounds like children pounding on the electric piano and goofing with the drum machine Bring Me Coffee or Tea sounds like it really belonged on Ege Bamyasi instead of this album

If it were not for Aumgn, this album would probably only get 3 stars from me but I can't get over how that song rocks at the end.

| 4/5 |


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