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3.09 | 5 ratings | 2 reviews | 60% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Cataclysm
2.Demonic Velocities
3.Insektoid Horror
4.The Elimination of Incompetence
5. From Oblivion
6. Interstellar War
7. movement four of L'Ascension
8. "Regime" part 1
9. "Regime" part 2

Line-up / Musicians

Weasel Walter/ drums, insekt gtrs on 1, bass guitar on 7, all instruments on 8, mellotron on 9
Ed Rodriguez/ guitar on all tracks except 8
Mick Barr/ guitar on tracks except 8
Mike Green/ bass guitar on all tracks except 7 and 8

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(ugEXPLODE 19) CD 2006

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THE FLYING LUTTENBACHERS Cataclysm ratings distribution

(5 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(60%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (0%)
Collectors/fans only (40%)
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Review by laplace
2 stars A very self-assured album with more than a few nods to the experimental musicians of previous generations, "Cataclysm" is an accomplished album that none the less feels a little, well, generic.

The pace is kept hectic throughout - what with all the "angular" guitar lines that excite the music journalists - and the compositions are performed with skill and confidence, but the songs themselves are the problem as none of them really exhibits anything new - each is just a refinement of music that has already happened, be it by Henry Cow or Ruins or any of a hundred other bands who actually pioneered (some would say progressed!) during their existence. What makes it hard to swallow is that The Flying Luttenbachers aren't a new band, but one with fifteen years of history and exposure to the business - so surely they realised that they were releasing a relatively mundane collection of songs?

"Cataclysm" still has its moments (the two parter "Regime" is a lot of fun and would have made a more impressive EP on its own) but don't feel compelled to pick this up until you've exhausted the more earnestly progressive bands from the avant-progressive realm.

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