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ALICE IN ULTRALAND

The Amorphous Androgynous

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Emptiness Of Nothingness (6:18)
2. The Witchfinder (7:28)
3. The Witch Hunt (2:54)
4. All Is Harvest (6:39)
5. The Prophet (4:50)
6. Indian Swing (5:10)
7. The Seasons Turn (1:01)
8. High And Dry (4:54)
9. Yes My Brother - You've Gotta Turn Yourself Around (5:00)
10. In The Summertime Of Consciousness (5:45)
11. Billy The Onion (5:29)
12. Another Fairy Tale Ending (4:04)
13. The World Is Full Plankton (8:03)
14. The Wicker Doll (3:03)

Total Time 70:38

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Line-up / Musicians

- Brian Dougans / various instruments
- Garry Cobain / various instruments
- Tim Weller / drums (tracks 1, 2, 6, 10, 11)
- Ben Owen / flute (tracks 1, 6)
- Stu Rowe / guitars, bass, harmonica (tracks 1, 2, 4 - 6, 10, 11, 13)
- Mikey Rowe / piano, organ, bass, guitar, Hammond, Moog, Mellotron, strings, synthesizer, Rhodes, flute, glockenspiel (tracks 1, 2, 4 - 6, 8 - 13)
- The Electric Gospel Choir / vocals
- Gary Lucas / guitars (tracks 2, 11)
- Billy Jones / harmonica (tracks 2, 11)
- Baluji Shrivastav / sitar, tabla, dilruba (tracks 2, 6)
- Dave Sanderson / vocals (tracks 2, 8)
- Doree Jackson / vocals (tracks 2, 7, 8, 12, 13)
- Bow / violin (track 3)
- Mutant Funkoid / bass (track 5)
- Stakrak / effects (track 5)
- The Daughters of the Goddess / narration (tracks 7, 12)
- Herb Moons / percussion (track 9)
- Daniel Pemberton / piano, keyboards (track 14)

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Review by russellk
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1 stars My mother told me that if you can't say anything polite, it's best to say nothing at all. I'm afraid I won't be taking her advice.

Not content with the most extreme change of direction in the history of music - from techno to 60's psychedelic prog rock - AMORPHOUS ANDROGYNOUS aka FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON went further and produced a second psychedelic disc a couple of years after the first. Where the first disc (The Isness) had power, this is flaccid. Where The Isness had beauty, this has mundanity. And where The Isness gave us the sounds of nostalgia, this gives us - well, ill-considered noise. Apart from the first track, a prelude to disappointment, this album is uniformly without merit. It was as though their market research had led DOUGAN and COBAINS to believe all their listeners wanted was a 'sound-alike' record. We still get the wide variety of instruments, most from the East, the electronica is still as weird as ever and the production is sumptuous, but these parts do not make a cohesive whole. Moreover, there are virtually no songs here. No meaning to attach to these sounds of the 60s. 'The World Is Full Of Plankton' raises its head for a moment above the primordial ooze, but that's about it for this record.

There's only room in your collection for one faux-sixties psychedelic sound-alike record, and it ought to be 'The Isness'. Do not be tempted to buy this.

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