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2.96 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Anthem Of The Outer Space (15:41)
2. The Targeted Planet (8:26)
3. Forsaken Moonman (11:22)

Total time: 35:29

Line-up / Musicians

- Jyonson Tsu / voice
- Kawabata Makoto / guitar, bouzouki, fretless bass, organ, synthesizer, tapes
- Higashi Hiroshi / synthesizer
- Mitsuko Tabata / guitar, guitar synth, voice
- Satoshima Nani / drums
- Wolf / bass, tapes
- Cotton Casino / voice

Releases information

CD/Digital Album buh records br86 (2017 Peru)

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ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE Wandering The Outer Space ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (25%)
Collectors/fans only (25%)
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Review by DamoXt7942
3 stars Tons of ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE's newest albums? Oh would get flooded with their spacey toxicosis, I've assumed. A Peruvian independent label Buh Records has injected kind of Krautrock-flavoured exaggerated, sadistic, sexadelic speed addiction titled "Wandering The Outer Space" in October 2017. Exactly as previously, plenty of distorted, dissected guitar explosions by Makoto and Mitsuko (Mitsuru), violent, offensive, a tad gentle space-synthesizer blasters, and critical plus serious rhythm section-oriented spacequakes can be heard on a full stomach, veiled in a delightful sleeve with such a colourful, hyperdynamic pic upon it.

Suggest the beginning shot of the first massive bombast "Anthem Of The Outer Space" could easily drive us mad. The first quiet guitar play reminds us of a similar taste to "Blue Velvet Blues" ... meaningless voices and sensually shouting guitar kicks sound like unexpected chemical top note in a matured whisky. Likewise, too complicated and asymmetric is the battle field created with polyrhythmic drumming / bass play and quirky magical guitar pitches in the middle part. The last pop / rock part is sorta danceable, enjoyable moment leaning towards "on-media" pop / rock in 80s. "The Targeted Planet" flavours completely of Krautrock, with weird bouzouki vibes, tape recorder- based eerie sounds, or bad mad voices ... all of which should be what Buh Records tries to exhibit, I imagine. The last "Forsaken Moonman" is like noisy, crazy, explosive sound dizziness. Sounds like AMT always play such a mass of noise upon stage, letting the audience dance psychedelically under psychic agent smoke.

We should be amazed at them, who can easily create tons of sound production ... not enough Neues though ... ;)

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