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4.03 | 7 ratings | 2 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Kamagi (5:12)
2. Symfonia Zmysłw (3:40)
3. 54 Kw (6:50)
4. Skipping A (4:48)
5. 100000 Lat Gwarancji (4:56)
6. Tylko dla Zwierząt (4:07)
7. Zemsta Gniewosza (3:07)
8. Skipping C (4:20)
9. Jurij (3:58)

Total Time 40:58

Line-up / Musicians

- Marcin Ożg / bass
- Kuba Suchar / drums, percussion, vibraphone, vocals, synthesizer [Minimoog]
- Maciek Bączyk / guitar [electric], synthesizer [ARP Odyssey]
- Adam Pindur / saxophone, electric piano, harmonium
- Artur Majewski / trumpet, electric piano, vocals

Releases information

CD: Vytvornia OM, CD005,Poland

LP: OBUH Records V25/Vytvornia OM , V01 (Limited Edition, 2005, alternative cover, Poland)

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ROBOTOBIBOK Nawyki Przyrody ratings distribution

(7 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(29%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(57%)
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Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by snobb
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4 stars Interesting album from Polish nu.jazz band. Possibly, main test for new listener is album's opener, Kamaji. Heavily vintage electronics-led composition with synth-modified vocals. To be honest, for me it's a bit too much of early electronic band's imitation there on this song.

Then, things go much better after starting from second song. No vocals, very acceptable mix of real jazz instruments/sounds and Moog/ARP Odyssey sound. Really jazzy compositions, with sax, free improvisation and quite atmospheric sound.

Album's music is influenced by 70-s free jazz, Elephant9 keyboards driven nu.jazz and some early analog electronic bands sound. Sax and synthesizers, plus complex, sometimes a bit electronic rhythm. Most interesting Polish nu.jazz I ever heard.

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4 stars Third studio album from Robotobibok explores the paths previously stablished by the band in an even more concise, concentrated way. That is to say, a complex reflection on droning both in terms of recent times electronica scene and jazz as a deconstructed genre. Somehow, the hypnotic and voluptous ... (read more)

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