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D Sound


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.75 | 40 ratings

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kev rowland
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3 stars Zsolt Dezső Murguly formed D Sound in 1992, but by 1994 they had broken up due to the old onion 'musical differences'. Over the next eight years he kept writing material and over the last three years has been recording over 100 minutes worth of music with different musicians. It is this that has formed the basis of the album, although he has played most of the music himself as well as providing the vocals. The lyrics are in Hungarian but in truth that is not of great importance as they appear more for effect, with most of the album being instrumental. This is an album that has been heavily influenced by Pink Floyd, with touches of Ozrics here and there. It can be light and exciting, but often is dark and haunting. It is divided into four separate movements, and I kept thinking that at times this is what music would sound like if Pink Floyd were being led by Gordon Giltrap at a Hawkwind convention. It is spacey, effective, and very enjoyable. Contact the label at

Originally appeared in Feedback #70, Oct 02

kev rowland | 3/5 |


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