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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. One Of A Kind (5:59)
2. Autumn (7:13)
3. Anger (5:09)
4. Ode To A Godess (6:32)
5. Long Distance Call (6:27)
6. Gahn (5:17)
7. Daddy's Dead (5:29)
8. R.A.M.M. Wow, We're Really Expressing Ourselves (3:39)
9. In A World Of Trouble (6:59)
10. I Want To Tell You (6:51)

Total Time: 59:40

Line-up / Musicians

- Goran / drums & percussion
- Susanne / lead vocals, violin, flutes
- Mats / rhythm, lead & 12 string guitar, backing vocals
- Ralph / bass
- Twodox / Yidaki, Didjeribone, vintage synthesizers, Udu, Tambura, percussion
- Micke / rhythm, lead, space & glissando guitars

Releases information

CD Transubstans Records EU-05 (2005 SWE)

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Review by Rivertree
4 stars Stop the mainstream now - performing with heart and consequence ...

Great debut of this collective which celebrates 'spontaneous real-time composing' for what also several other swedish bands are known. Just to mention KAABEL or ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE (OSC) for example. So the songs are often the result of endless jams, just the essence of them, 10 songs which are stylistically hard to categorize. The psychedelic element is dominant, the band acts with much variety and links to the 70s (prog) rock. Additionally théy use a lot of effects and native instruments. Vocals are accent free and so you're sometimes willing to suppose the band is from the States and not from Sweden.

The album starts with birds' twittering and Didjeridoo. One of a kind, a brave opener, has very accessible melodies and is also complex indeed - tricky and eclectic with a dark atmosphere ('you're eating my mind'). Susanne's vocals are top-notch and serve a cosy touch but can also be harsh when the song explodes with heavy guitars and drums. This is excellent song writing (if they ever did so in a classical way but I don't think it's spontaneous), one of my favourites. Autumn is initiated by the african Udu which sounds like a tabla. The band is playing similar to JEFFERSON AIRPLANE with speed variations, melancholic with wonderful vocals once again. The following two songs are somewhat ANEKDOTEN like, very powerful performed whereas Ode to a goddess is a perfect mix of Psychedelic pure and heavy Rock. The song ends suddenly and it sounds like even Suzanne had been surprised about that. Long distance call shines with a groovy rhythm, great guitar work and an eastern european polka interlude.

'This is a man's world' the main refrain is revealing with Gahn. Yet another very dynamic and heavy killer song. Daddy's dead mysterious, clutterlng, weird with Digeridoo once again and R.A.M.M first of all convinces because of Göran's excellent drum work. In a world of trouble they find their way with safety, similar to the opener exellently arranged and musically perfect. As for a highlight you can listen to simultaneous vocals and guitar playing with a native american atmosphere.

This album contains no weak song which is not quite natural. Highly recommended - one of the best of the year 2005 I could listen to.

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