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Ozric Tentacles


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.32 | 36 ratings

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kev rowland
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5 stars There are indeed very few bands that can be said to have a sound that is unique, one that captures images and styles, transcending all attempts at pigeon holing. The Ozrics are one such band, and in the sixteen years since their first release, they have confounded all of their critics and have managed to sell nearly a million albums in the meantime.

A totally instrumental band is a rarity these days, for one to have succeeded to the level that the Ozrics have is virtually unheard of. This mini-album comprises one brand new song, and four that were captured at The Boardwalk last year and are their first live songs to be released since 1992's 'Underslunky' album. Even though it is a mini album, it still manages to clock in at forty minutes long.

The bass and drums underpin the music, allowing the flutes, keyboards and guitars to create the spell, the magic that is Ozric Tentacles. If you have ever heard and loved the band then you will need no urging to find this album, if you have managed to miss them then your musical knowledge is sadly lacking and now is the time to make amends. Heartily recommended.

Originally appeared in Feedback #63, July 01

kev rowland | 5/5 |


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