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KISEMBER

D Sound

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.86 | 35 ratings

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Warthur
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4 stars D Sound's debut album is inspired by Pink Floyd, but I'd say they manage to carve out a little bit of space rock territory in their own right. Less heavy and abrasive than Hawkwind, slower and more contemplative than the Ozric Tentacles, less flippant than Gong and dreamier and spacier than the Dark Side of the Moon-era Pink Floyd they drew inspiration from this time around, the band provide a keyboard-heavy space trip which is gentle, mellow, and altogether a pleasure to experience. The weak link in the chain seems to be Zsolt Murguly's vocals, which are just about competent but aren't likely to win many awards, but with the long instrumental passages that are a focus of the album this isn't such a problem overall. A credible beginning.
Warthur | 4/5 |

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