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4.03 | 14 ratings | 1 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Loop (8:06)
2. Stardust (The Picture) (10:13)
3. Astral Hitch Hike (4:40)
4. (You Will) Live Forever Now (22:40)

Total Time 45:39


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Line-up / Musicians

- Komet Lulu / bass, vocals, effects
- Marcus Schnitzler / drums
- Sula Bassana / guitar, e-sitar, organ, mellotron, e-piano, effects

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Sulatron-records ST 1703-2 (CD)

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ELECTRIC MOON Stardust Rituals ratings distribution

(14 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(29%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
Good, but non-essential (21%)
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Review by Rivertree
4 stars Wow! Just another ELECTRIC MOON facet! This is effectively meeting my taste while being more smoothed and relaxed than heavy acid stoner as usual. Except Stardust (The Picture) maybe, the trio is on a very trippiesque excursion here. This one was recorded earlier already in 2014 and played live in the aftermath, though here appearing somewhat refined with vocals and overdubs. As for the dominant atmosphere just follow the extended You Will Live Forever Now and you'll know what I mean.

Sula acts like a magician, while weaving a wonderful cosmic piano, melancholic mellotron, indo/raga flavoured sitar ... and finally those multiple wah-wah drenched and soaring guitar decorations, the latter partially reminiscent of the Hypnotizer release. The looping flow will be consolidated due to nice repetitive bass lines contributed by Komet Lulu and Marcus Schnitzler's accentuated drum playing, careful, subtle. The real award anyhow goes the shortest offer, the lovely Astral Hitch Hike, not an accidental product, I'm quite sure.

The result of varying experiences over decades, more likely conceived with a clear preference on song writing, rather than jamming with intuition solely. I did not follow every band album, hence don't know exactly, if this is their first attempt to test some vocals. Bassist Lulu provides this in a mysterious, mournful, ethereal manner. Mastered by Eroc as usual 'Stardust Rituals' is a spellbinding journey crossing the band's inner cosmos, overall a very good statement featuring a proper amount of oriental flair.

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