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4.09 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Kleti Quatro (4:42)
2. Reversal (9:18)
3. Joining (7:53)
4. Light Transmission (7:03)
5. March of Schizophrenics (5:49)
6. Ashkhabad Story (10:42)

Total time 45:27

Line-up / Musicians

- Andrei Petrov / guitars
- Valery Berestov / bass
- Alexander Kravtsov / drums
- Andrei Alekseev / synthesizers
- Alexei Klabukov / organ

Releases information

Musea Records

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Russian quartet GDEVA was formed in St. Petersburg in 2005, and has been an active live and recording unit ever since. The band members' aim is to improvise and avoid repeating themselves and they draw many of their influences from the psychedelic rock of the 60's and 70's according to their self-description. "Kleti Quatro" is their second full-length album and was released by the French label Musea Records in 2011.

Space rock made and performed in an elegant, subtle manner is what Gdeva has to offer on their second album "Kleti Quatro". Light-toned guitar riffs, licks and soloing take the driver's seat, backed by dampened synth textures and effects, while a steady bass and drums combination caters for drive and energy. If you generally enjoy psychedelic rock and space rock, and approve of a less-is-more approach to this kind of music, chances are good that Gdeva is a band you should get better acquainted with.

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