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2.02 | 14 ratings | 3 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1975

Songs / Tracks Listing

Side A: 20:15
1. Vi Hatar Stenar (4:52)
2. Den Nya (2:10)
3. Hav (8:55)
4. Baksidan I Moll (4:18)

Side B: 20:33
1. Dagen (8:22)
2. Den Sista Vńnnen (3:04)
3. Three Miles (3:56)
4. Vňra Ord (5:01)

Total Time: 40:48

Line-up / Musicians

- G÷ran Andersson / bass
- Carin Bohlin / vocals
- Andrus Kangro / guitar
- Richard Moberg / keyboards
- Mikael Skoog / drums

Releases information

LP Chockskivor 1 (Self Produced) (1975)

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RADIOMOBEL Tramseb÷x ratings distribution

(14 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(7%)
Good, but non-essential (29%)
Collectors/fans only (36%)
Poor. Only for completionists (29%)

RADIOMOBEL Tramseb÷x reviews

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Review by Atavachron
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1 stars Dusty, hissy garage prog from this clunky quintet with out-of-tune guitars, flat bass, distant drums and a singer who should've kept his day job. Vaguely jazzy and donning a kind of Bo Hansson sensibility but with none of the musicianship to achieve it, the 'album' sounds remarkably like a rehearsal session - a failed one at that - complete with false starts, abrupt cut-offs, confusion and a lot of wasted studio time. Not to mention one of the worst productions these ears have heard in many, many years. You've been warned.

Review by apps79
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2 stars Obscure Swedish Prog-Psych outfit,who was formed in 1973 in the city of Lund in souther Sweden.In February 1974 the band attempts their first live performance,while a mass of live gigs would follow.1975 finds RADIOMOBEL having suffered from line-up changes,but this wasn't enough to prevent the band from releasing their ''Tramsebox'' debut.

A private press actually, ''Tramsebox'' was reportedly released in a member's basement,carrying all the problems of such a recording.The mix is pretty amateur,the vocals are too loud sometimes,while the drums have a very cheap sound.Musically speaking,this a decent release of Psychedelic Rock with lots of progressive elements by a band with a typical rock instrumentation and a limited use of keyboards.Some ideas in here are very cool and interesting with guitarist Andrus Kangro delivering some smooth solos and obscure chords close to ALGARNAS TRADGARD.The vocals,though a bit high in the mix as refered,are quite strong and expressive and the compositions are characterized by the alternating dynamic jams and the relaxing psych passages.The bass work is a question here,as its sound is almost buried in the production.The overall result is a good yet not fully conveincing Prog-Psych release by a talented band,but the main problem around will always be found in the amateur recording procedures.If you don't mind of the bad sound,RADIOMOBEL's ''Tramsebox'' might be of some interest.

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4 stars 3.5 Stars. Unlike the first reviewer, who seemed to strongly dislike this music I quite enjoy this album. Sure it isn't as mature, polished, well-produced, confident, and musically skillful as most of the great sweedish prog and krautrock genres and it is noticeably more amateurish, but I find i ... (read more)

Report this review (#214796) | Posted by listen | Monday, May 11, 2009 | Review Permanlink

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