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HOW MANY PIECES OF THE PUZZLE CAN THE MIND GO WITHOUT?

Egypt Is The Magick #

Krautrock


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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sirius Transmission: A (30:01)
2. Immortal Seeed Reignbeau (10:01)
3. The Astronomer's Stone (Set To Smash Down Rome) (3:45)
4. Rangoon Filly Stutter (14:03)

Total Time 57:50

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Line-up / Musicians

- Adam Mortimer
- Dave Shuford
- (the third unknown one)

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CD Sound@One / Psych-O-Path S@1 51 (2000)

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Review by DamoXt7942
FORUM & SITE ADMIN GROUP Avant, Crossover & Neo Teams
3 stars What a horribly discordant / mixed temperature they've shot, just like a religious ritual with offering their inner minds in sacrifice.

Impressive indeed. Their guitar sounds are not melodious at all but floating like ghostly fireballs. Voices / shouts can be heard as an infernal physical / psychological breakdown launched in front of us in an emergent manner. There's no rhythm arrangement nor melodic treatment, but simply tribal percussive kicks and purple poisonous smoke veiling them all around ... meaningless voices and crazy breath might accelerate their improvised mind transplantation aggressively, especially in the first longest track "Sirius Transmission: A".

Guess the spiritual flavour and mind-altering atmosphere could make them fall into trance as if they'd have aspired something like psychic agents. However believe me, they cannot be scattered nor dissected in pieces, but they play refined frozen air under estranged inspiration I imagine.

Actually no uncomfortable stone but mysterious spiritual uplift has been left deeply into our brain. Cannot recommend for every Krautrock freak but consider you can understand how they play their illusive / delusive inner space world. Fine for you to gain mystical experience really, let me say.

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