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Blue Phantom

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2.98 | 10 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1971

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Diodo (3:55)
2. Metamorphosis (3:07)
3. Microchaos (2:48)
4. Compression (2:56)
5. Equilibrium (4:06)
6. Dipnoi (2:56)
7. Distillation (3:52)
8. Violence (3:13)
9. Equivalence (2:42)
10. Psycho-Nebulous (5:02)

Total Time 34:37

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Line-up / Musicians

- H. Tical / composer & producer
(Musicians not credited)

Releases information

LP Vedette / Spider VSM 38543 (1971)
LP (reissue) AMS / BTF AMS05LP (2008)
CD AMS / BTF AMS136CD (2008)

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Review by octopus-4
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3 stars High volume guitar, acid organ and a riff that reminds clearly to Iron Butterfly. This is how this album welcomes you. It's a project of Armando Sciascia that was used to write B-movies soundtracks. Diodo has something of the spy-movie, but the organ sounds as it was played by Rick Wright in the 60s.

All the tracks are heavy and jazz-oriented, still good for a thriller movie if you want, but images are not necessary. The pity is that all are limited to 3 or 4 minutes maximum so they have to fade out.

The level is good throughout all the album, including the sound quality. Highlights are tracks like "Compression" (very Floydian), the hard-rock of "Dipnoi", the clues od Syd Barrett on "Distillation" and the most acid track of the album, "Psycho-Nebulous".

Being good for soundtracks means that all the music is evocative of dark or weird situations. Not scary but "alerting".

Not an absolute masterpiece of the genre but a really good album that's one of the few existing documents of Italian psychedelia of early 70s. A period dominated in Italy by the Dylan-folk songs of singers-songwriters and the beginnings of RPI.

You can stop before the last track, that's just a closing filler.

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3 stars Heh, why has H. Tical (aka Armando Sciascia - a renowned Italian "sexy film" composer) produced such a seriously heavy stuff? A interesting album indeed, recorded by BLUE PHANTOM, a secret anonymous project with very little information around them. But at the same time, we can understand why ps ... (read more)

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