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Kozmic Muffin

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3.50 | 16 ratings | 2 reviews | 7% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Andrew (3:52)
2. Sun, Glass & Vacuum (6:22)
3. Kozmic Muffin (10:29)
4. Bedlam (8:51)
5. Open Minds (7:14)
6. Eleusis (10:08)

Total Time: 46:56

Line-up / Musicians

- Enrique Otero / Hammond organ
- Patxi Valera / drums
- Javier Vaamonde / bass guitar
- Pablo Rega / guitar
- Pedro Granell / guitar, vocals
- Hosanna Fernández / chorus (4)
- Julio González / vocals (4)

Releases information

CD Man Records MAN 003CD (1994 ESP)

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KOZMIC MUFFIN Nautilus ratings distribution

(16 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(7%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(60%)
Good, but non-essential (33%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

KOZMIC MUFFIN Nautilus reviews

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Review by apps79
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3 stars KOZMIC MUFFIN were a cult psych/prog band,formed in 1992 and based in the City of A Coruna,Galicia in Spain,who released two album back in the 90's.''Nautilus'' was the debut of the band released in mid-90's on Man Records,a rather infamous and overlooked album back then,which earned some praise through the sand of time.

KOZMIC MUFFIN play some mix of Psych/Prog with hints from Heavy Rock,presented in six rather long cuts.The musicianship has an intense retro-feeling and is based on the hypnotic guitars of Pedro Granell and the monster organ waves of Enrique Otero.Sometimes the sound gets more aggresive as Granell's both guitars and vocals explode,while I can't help of thinking of PINK FLOYD in all their aspects in a couple of tracks.Compared to them KOZMIC MUFFIN are less melodic and have a more powerful sound.The end of the listening finds me pleased to have listened to an underground name of the modern Psychedelic Rock scene,despite the obvious lack of originality.

This album could have easily been buried in time,but fortunately some hard-workers brought it up and that was a good thing.Far from essential,but fairly balanced and a great listening for all Floyd-ian fans out there.

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4 stars KOZMIC MUFFIN´s first record is a great update of 60´s psychedelic rock and early progressive bands. The music on this record is mainly oriented to retrieve those old bands and sounds, althoguh the music on this record is not only a revival, but also a good example of creativity, provided that the ... (read more)

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