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Ozric Tentacles

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4.92 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 60% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2022

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1 - Pungent Effulgent (1989)
CD 2 - Erpland (1990)
CD 3 - Strangeitude (1991)
CD 4 - Jurassic Shift (1993)

CD 5 - Demos & Rarities (1989-2009) (50:41) :
1. Saucers (live extended) (15:34)
2. Space Between Your Ears (live) (10:49)
3. Weirditude (live) (5:15)
4. Ayurvedism (original studio recording) (19:03)

CD 6 - Live Underslunky (1991)

CD 7 - The Remix Disc (40:20) :
1. Sunhair (System 7 Stargate mix) (8:33)
2. Pteranodon (Hallucinogen mix) (8:53)
3. Sploosh! (Youth and Simon's Hydrophonic Decimation) (7:10)
4. Strangeitude (Eat Static remix) (8:25)
5. The Eternal Wheel (Zion Train remix) (7:19)

DVD - Live at The Fridge, Brixton (1991)

Track listing of CDs 1-4 and 6 as original releases.

Line-up / Musicians

Per original releases.

Releases information

Coffee table book-style CD boxed set, KSCOPE564.

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Review by Warthur
5 stars Lavishly presents the run of Ozric Tentacles albums from Erpland to Jurassic Shift (including Live Underslunky), plus another live show on the DVD, plus some remixes and rarities, and a lovingly compiled history of this era of the band's activities at that. To some, this represents the peak of Ozric Tentacles - hailing from after their early years of cassette-only releases, it showcases the band's original sound in a form which had never previously been so polished, revealing that the group were not merely crusty festival-going space cadets but a credible force in the studio as well. Glimmerings of this were visible on the cassette releases, but it's here that it all really comes together.

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