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SPACEFLOWERS

The Spacelords

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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3.91 | 13 ratings | 1 reviews | 31% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2020

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Spaceflowers (13:35)
2. Frau Kuhnkes Kosmos (11:43)
3*. Cosmic Trip (24:20) :
- Part 1 (8:27)
- Part 2 (8:27)
- Part 3 (7:26)

Total Time: 49:38

* - No keys/synths used on track 3

Line-up / Musicians

- Matthias "Hazi" Wettstein / guitars, effects, saz (3)
- Erhard "Akee" Kazmaier / bass, effects, octave-guit (3), space-melodica (3)
- Marcus Schnitzler / drums

With:
- Didi Holzner / Hammond & Moog (1)
- Alwin Puetsch / didgeridoo (3)
- Ralph Nebl / zurna (3)

Releases information

Cover design and layout by Marcus Schnitzler

LP Tonzonen Records - TON 071 (2020, Germany)
CD Tonzonen Records - TON 071 (2020, Germany)
Digital album (February 21st, 2020)

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THE SPACELORDS Spaceflowers ratings distribution


3.91
(13 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(31%)
31%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(31%)
31%
Good, but non-essential (31%)
31%
Collectors/fans only (0%)
0%
Poor. Only for completionists (8%)
8%

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4 stars When you're intensively searching for inspired contemporary space rock jams, well, you can't get past of this crew which is hailing from Reutlingen, Germany. Drummer Marcus Schnitzler, 'Hazi' Wettstein on the electric guitar and 'Akee' Kazmaier (bass) are the real SPACELORDS. Already running due to 'Liquid Sun' (2016) and 'Water Planet' (2017) their ambitious trilogy will be finished yet with that album. But this won't be their last trip for sure. The trio again is serving a compact and mesmerizing atmosphere, second to none.

Three extra long tracks are given, adapted for a vinyl release. Just like that and just enough, and distributed by the German Tonzonen Records label. Being in the studio, or live on the stage in the same way, with ease they are leading us on their flight across interstellar territories, including Frau Kuhnkes Kosmos. This based on hypnotic and swinging grooves, the looping bass, well thought out delay and reverb infected guitar work, and finally, on top, some electronic effects. Enjoy the trip!

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