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BRAIN-MASSAGE

Mother-Unit

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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3.17 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Birth-Fate-Death (10:23)
2. Brain-Massage (11:35)
3. Fingerprint-Chemistry (14:45)
4. From The Source-Into The Mind (8:34)

Total Time: 45:17

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Line-up / Musicians

- Bertus Fridael / guitar, keyboards, samples
- Hans van de Perre / drums
- Niek Bosch / bass (1,2,4)
- Shirley Holinsky / bass (3)

Releases information

LP/CD Stickman Records Psychobabble 066 (2010 Germany)

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MOTHER-UNIT Brain-Massage ratings distribution


3.17
(5 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
20%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(40%)
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3 stars MOTHER-UNIT are a new project of 35007 co-founder Bertus Fridael (guitar). Superficially speaking in the vein of his predecessor band because they offer hypnotic heavy psych prog as usual. Four songs are included here, trimmed to make a vinyl production possible. Now coming to the album's uniqueness Fridael's keyboard and sample contributions are well put here, just take the dramatic From the Source-Into the Mind which is even provided with a symphonic touch in my opinion.

Birth-Fate-Death starts with an intriguing spacey intro based on string arrangements plus oscillating keyboard additions, sounding like a modified Rhodes piano. This opens the door for a repetive hypnotic rocking course furthermore. The following title track can be treated as the most reminiscent moment concerning the old days I would say. Provided with a straightforward drumming the track comprises heavy psych, stoner as well as space rock ingredients.

Underlaid with quirky electronics the wonderful relaxed Fingerprint-Chemistry proves Fridael's stylistical and technical variety. A blues inspired groovy jam basically, the rhythm team consisting of Shirley Holinsky (bass) and Hans van de Perre (drums) does a great job too. So all in 'Brain-Massage' is a fine album really, in some way presented in the vein of 35007 but surely provided with some progression when it comes to the stylistical approach - 3.5 stars .

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