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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.87 | 137 ratings

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2 stars Am I missing something here? No, not really. Indeed, I certainly wouldn't miss an album so drenched at best, in melancholy, but more like in depression. Enough to make fresh milk curdle instantly. There is enough misery taking place in the world and I thoroughly detest of adding to it - which this band is seemingly addicted to.

Unbelievably dull and uneventful, yet very successful at wallowing in pain and self pity. Probably good enough to send a mentally disturbed person into committing suicide with deep satisfaction. Well, that's only on the atmosphere this album represents.

Musically it's a non-event. A perfect example of how to avoid the slightest hint of any melody, rhythm, or action. In that, they succeed splendidly. Now, I am not adverse to some dark works on the side of more lively offerings, but this piece wouldn't even qualify as "dark" as it's only boring.

At times, there is a slight whiff of some of early Pink Floyd's least memorable filler material and that's almost a plus in comparison, but not enough to raise much interest. Paradoxically, there are rare moments of quite enjoyable guitar work, but altogether this album is not something I'd ever want to hear again.

The "artists" can only blame themselves for my low ratings as they are responsible for putting me in that mood. Still, some credit is due to the guitarist and that lifts this piece slightly above 2, but still far from 3 stars - that's according to the ratings criteria at PA. "Collectors/fans only"

BORA | 2/5 |


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