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WEIDORJE

Weidorje

 

Zeuhl

4.23 | 129 ratings

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tuxon
4 stars Fabulous album, by a 1 album band. Having roots in magma, the influence isnt large, it's life seize. Completely absorbing and continuing the Magma sound, with throbbing bass, wordless chanting vocals, wonderfull drums, repeating paterns and just hypnotising deep jazzy music.

Elohim's Voyage is a 16 minute bass dominated track, with fabulous drums and augmented with some brass and bells, stunning song. The second song "Vilna" is more melodic, with a lead part for the keyboard, not as intense as the first track, and I wouldn't have minded if it was three minutes shorter, a very good track nevertheless. The final song is called "Booldemug" focussed on the jazzy side of zeuhl music (Jazz being an intricate part of Zeuhl bands anyway), a great song.

The two bonus live tracks "Rondeau" and "Kolinda" are nice, but I rarely listen them, as I enjoy albums best as they are ment in the first place. But it's very nice to have those tracks added, as it's the only off-album material that's avalable from Weidorje

Generally a good album very much in Magma style, a bit simpler, certainly in the drum department. All fan's of Magma or Zeuhl music in general will already have this, for the others it can't hurt to try, you might just enjoy it.

Enjoy.

tuxon | 4/5 |

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