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Psychedelic/Space Rock • Netherlands


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35007 (loose spelled backwards) are a band from Eindhoven, Netherlands that play a mix if space rock, post-rock and stoner rock. The band released their debut, "Especially for You", in 1994 with the line-up of Bertus Fridael on guitar, Eeuwout Baart on vocals, Jacco Van Rooy on drums and Mark Sponselee on guitar and synth. They also recorded their follow-up, "35007", with the same line-up as well, but after the recording of the album vocalist Euwout Baart and drummer Jacco Rooy left the band. The band continued as a instrumental outfit with the addition of drummer Sander Evens and recorded their 2001 EP, "Sea of Tranquility", their 2002 "Liquid" and 2005 "Phase V". The band likes to keep things as secretly as posible and that's why they are rarely seen live, but when they do they always have image projections and visual effets to accompany their sound.

Fans of the genres listed above would certainly find something of insterest in their work. "Liquid" is concidered by many as their best effort.



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Discography:
Especially For You, studio album (1994)
35007, studio album (1998)
Sea of Tranquility, EP (2001)
Liquid, studio album (2002)
Phase 5, studio album (2005)

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2.63 | 13 ratings
Especially For You
1994
3.89 | 25 ratings
35007 / Into the Void we Travelled
1997
4.13 | 41 ratings
Liquid
2002
3.48 | 18 ratings
Phase 5
2005

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3.41 | 4 ratings
Sea of Tranquility
2001

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 Phase 5 by 35007 album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.48 | 18 ratings

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Phase 5
35007 Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by octopus-4
Special Collaborator RIO/Avant/Zeuhl Team

3 stars MUSIC IS MATHEMATICS MADE AUDIBLE': BOETHIUS (480-526).... * SEPTEMBER 18th 2005 * 35007 * NEW ALBUM * PHASE V * JUST NUMBERS AND SOUND. NO WORDS NO IMAGES. PHASE V IS AN INTERMEDIATE STATE. NO PHYSICAL MANIFESTATION IN FORESEEABLE FUTURE. TIME WILL TELL WHAT THE NEXT PHASE WILL BE.....

This is what the official website says to launch the new and unfortunately the last album of this spacey band. We are still waiting for the next phase.

The track titles are just made of numbers. One may think that they are times of the day, but 44:05 is possible only since Jupiter to above. Put together they are like a matrix but the last track title doesn't fit. Let's quit with mathematics and move to music now.

This album is not very different from Liquid. The first track is very similar to Tsunami, with a repetitive theme made of powerful keyboards, drums,bass and guitar. Just to give you an idea think to Ozric Tentacles with a touch of Pink Floyd of the Meddle period. There's not the explosion of Tsunami but the second track opens really powerful so it's an explosion itself. Respect to the previous albums there's no longer the hard rock of the debut and there's less psychedelia than on the following ones. Effectively I could think to be listening to the Ozric Tentacles and this is the limit of this album: it sounds like a clone.

Luckily the things change with the third track. A chord of distorted guitar (or is it a bass?) makes the base. The tempo is slow. If you mentally replace this sound with a bass playing the same note alternating the octaves it would sound like Careful With That Axe Eugene, only more powerful and without screams.

The fourth track is slower and a bit more spacey. The guitar makes a good work. With a bit of fantasy I can hear echoes of Porcupine Tree, but the guitar is old-fashioned. This is the only true psychedelic track, bluesy and acid. More of this stuff, please.

The title of the last track should mean that this is the union of two different songs. However it starts with a harping of clean guitar, a crescendo of drums electric guitar and finally organ. The sound of the organ made me think to Niacin at the first listen, and effectively this bluesy song sounds very similar.

In brief the first half of the album doesn't reach the 3 stars, but the last two tracks deserve more than 4, so my final rating is three. If I could limit my review to the last two tracks I would speak of an excellent example of psychedelic rock. During my review I have mentioned some bands. Fans of them should like this album as well.

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  35007 / Into the Void we Travelled by 35007 album cover Studio Album, 1997
3.89 | 25 ratings

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35007 Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by octopus-4
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4 stars The second album of the Dutch 35007 doesn't have the garage sound of the debut. It's clear since the first track "Herd" that there has already been a big improvement. The guitars are heavy, but the repetitive base and the vocals not in foreground are very close to the Krautrock style. The guitar riffs that come and go during the song are quite acid, reminders of the early 70s or even late 60s but with a heavy sound.

"Soul Machine" opens very hard with a distorted guitar. What makes it different from a heavy metal song is the voice. The singing is hallucinated, sometimes screamed. I suspect that if it was released ten years after it would have been growled. A hard rock song, mainly.

"Short Sharp Left" is opened by about 40 seconds of spacey sounds, then a clean guitar that seems played by Bryan Josh endlessly repeats a folky tune on which the voice sings distorted. It's a hypnotic song.

"Undo" is full of energy. The distorted voice and the heavy sounds make me think to Senmuth, but in a psychedelic vest. To be honest finding another known artist to compare them to is not easy as this band has a characteristic sound.

"Big Bore" is a heavy metal song, instead. Again I can't think to any comparable band. Everything but boring, this song is full of energy.

"Vein" begins with acoustic guitar and spacey keyboard. This song is a mixture of Kayo Dot and Opeth, but again I can't find the right words to describe it. Very artsy with some oriental elements. My favourite on this album, different from all the other songs. No distorted guitars on this one.

"66" returns to the sounds of the previous tracks, with a repetitive theme and distorted voice. The organ adds a touch of early pychedelia. Heavy and dark.

"Powertruth" is a crescendo until it reaches its hard-rock heights. Powerful, effectively.

The closer "Locker" is unusual on this album but it's a predecessor of the ambient instrumentals of the follwoing album "Liquid". it's 10 minutes long, then after one minute of silence there's a ghost track. A thing I can't stand with in general. It's a chaotic and noisy piece between Ozric Tentacles and Kayo Dot.

This is a good album on which all the tracks are at the same good level. I'm probably a bit generous, but I think that this album can have 4 stars, both for prog and for rock, even if I have rated Liquid the same and I like that one a bit more.

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 Especially For You by 35007 album cover Studio Album, 1994
2.63 | 13 ratings

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35007 Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by octopus-4
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3 stars This debut album is probably a bit immature. 35007 are far from the long suites and the concepts of Liquid. It sounds promising but it's probably too heavy for my tastes. Not that I don't like heavy psychedelic. The problem with this album is that it's following the mood of the moment: some garage-band like sound, some electronic as you can find in most of the Ozric Tentacles works, a nice hendrix-style guitar but nothing more. The best album track is probably "Cosmic Messenger". In its average is a good album, but it doesn't make justice to 35007. They can do more (as they effectively did). However, this is not a bad album. Tracks like "Basiculo ad Cummus" remind to Porcupine Tree and to heavy prog in general.

The most relaxing tracks are hypnotic, the remaining are heavy with a touch of Seattle. It's non-essential, but it can be enjoiyed by the genre fans,not only by collectors, so 3 stars apply.

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 Liquid by 35007 album cover Studio Album, 2002
4.13 | 41 ratings

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35007 Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by R-A-N-M-A

4 stars I am a sucker for a good album cover. There was something very "classic science fiction" about the look, so I decided to listen to the sample track. I was very pleasantly surprised. In less than an hour I bought the whole album off iTunes. I've given it three or four complete run throughs since then (like 12am last night). This is a great album.

Not world shattering or incalculably mind blowing. The ideas here aren't the freshest, but they are well presented and engrossing. Liquid is an entirely instrumental album and judging by the song titles it is a concept album inspired by water. Instrumentals and Psychedelic tends to be the mood I'm in lately. I've picked up Vangelis' Heaven and Hell and Tangerine Dream's Rubycon and been revisiting my Ozric Tentacles. The thing I really like about Liquid, especially when put against Heaven and Hell and the Ozrics, is that it is very consistent all the way through. They even come full circle, the sounds that lead off the album show up again at the end. Not only consistent mind you, but consistently good.

On Tsunami (Water) I can really get the post rock influence on the bad. Walls of sound abound. This song has an interesting concept and when you listen to it, you'll know it's aptly named. Up next is Crystalline (Ice). Tsunami just slides right into it without so much as a hiccup. From there Crystalline is pounding heavily distorted drone, I guess that would likely qualify it as stoner rock. Now comes Evaporation (Steam). My personal favourite off the album and the reason I ran out and bought it ASAP. Sonically, Evaporation falls in with the loud drone of Crystalline, but tends to rock a little harder. It has an excellent riff. Finally we arrive at the Voyage Atomique (Plasma). In general it is less intense than the last two. It does do a lot of exploring over its 13 and a half minute course though. It actually reminds me somewhat of the rolling bass beat that drives up the middle of Rubycon. It stays mostly low key. Then again this album doesn't really reach for the stars with crawling solos. Good whole band effort.

Nothing about this album leaps off the page as an unstoppable masterpiece, but you know what? You can do a lot worse than picking up Liquid. I would qualify it most certainly as an excellent addition to any prog rock music collection. If you are interest go to the 35007 page and give Evaporation a listen and it will give you a real good idea of what this album is all about.

Liquid bats four for five.

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 Liquid by 35007 album cover Studio Album, 2002
4.13 | 41 ratings

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35007 Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Rapataz

5 stars This is just overwhelming. It seems to be a concept album about water and its different manifestations. Whatever it was meant to be, musically the thread is never lost. It is more like a single 40 min song with recurring themes all through. Heavy, psychedelic, dreamy. It is perfectly composed, creating tensions and surprises. It catches you in the beginning and doesn't let you go until th end. First you've got the quiet before the storm with twinkling, rippling sounds. Perfectly to lean back and kick of your shoes. But after about 5 minutes the song is living up its name. A monstrous tsunami wave hits your speakers: A heavy, nearly doom-like riff (due to its slow tempo). Like the ocean itself it is rising and ebbing away, hitting again when no one would expect it. Seamless it fades into the next track. A groovy bass and drum section accompanies again twinkling and dreamy but also disturbing sounds made by guitar and synth. The song constantly evolves without changing the theme. Now "Evaporate" starts right off with a kickass drum and bass line and heavy riffs. Again, the dynamics are perfectly balanced. "Voyage automatique" continues the overall concept of the Album. Dreamy, floating but still very impulsive. When the last sounds vanish, you get the feeling of waking up from the big sleep. Little sizzling noises and reality turns back in. 555555 Stars

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 Sea of Tranquility by 35007 album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2001
3.41 | 4 ratings

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35007 Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Rapataz

4 stars 35007 Again Heavy floating Psychedelic Rock at its best. A Soundtrack of a rocket launch. This takes you to the stars and even further. The first two tracks "Von Braun" and "Artificial Intelligence" are very heavy. Drones and Riffs screw themselves into your head like nothing else and end abruptly to leave the stage for the twinkling sounds of the title track "Sea of tranqulitiy", which - after few minutes of a groovy, drifty bass riff- also evolves into a meteor storm! A fantastic EP. The Band makes the very best out of their trio formation. Although I liked their singer in the first albums I don't miss him any second of this record. A true Masterpiece of the EP format. This format is the only drawback - 20 minutes and a bit are way too short. But as this is the music I was always longing for, I just can't give them less than 4 stars.

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 Liquid by 35007 album cover Studio Album, 2002
4.13 | 41 ratings

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35007 Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by octopus-4
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4 stars It was since Barret's Interstellar Overdrive that I didn't here anything like this. I remember that I was used to describe early PF music as "liquid". Lie in the dark, take your headphones and you will have a tsunami in your ears. The first track starts quiet, as the calm before the storm. It's pure space/psychedelic. It's not Barret because the sounds are newer, and not so acid. When you'll reach the first explosion, you'll understand the reason of the title. You can see in your mind what the music tries to transmit. It's a sonic trip. The following tracks don't have the same impact, but there is a continuity that makes it similar to a concept album, even if instrumental only. Liquid is an excellent title for the kind of music that it contains. Unlike some post-60 psychedelic albums like those of Bevis Frond or the most recent Jennifer Gentle, what matters is not how acid are the sounds that they can obtain, but the fluidity that they reach. One time I have forgot the "loop" function of my stereo on, and I've listened to the whole album 2 times realizing it only when the first explosion of tsunami arrived for the second time. I left it on, however.

4 stars.

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 Phase 5 by 35007 album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.48 | 18 ratings

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35007 Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Mellotron Storm
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4 stars They've certainly toned things down a lot from their previous album "Liquid".That record was almost doom-like in places whereas this one is more trippy and even-keeled. I like this one a lot though especially when the organ and guitar come to the fore.

"20 09" opens with not much going on until it kicks in after a minute. Drums and a trippy sound is the result.The guitar is more prominant before 3 minutes. Great sound ! Some nice organ runs here too. "23 32" kicks in heavily right away, guitar fills the air as the organ joins in.

"06 18" is slower but heavier. I like the guitar. It turns spacey after 2 1/2 minutes and then blends into the next song "44 05". It changes to a trippy sound with organ fairly quickly.The guitar dominates after 2 minutes for about a minute. It starts to turn spacey then out of nowhere before 6 minutes we get a ripping guitar solo. It settles with drums before 8 minutes before turning really spacey again before 10 minutes. "22 25" opens with relaxed guitar melodies that soon turn aggressive. Organ and drums start to build. It settles then kicks back in. Love the guitar before 4 minutes.

I do like this style of music a lot, especially turned up loud.

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 Liquid by 35007 album cover Studio Album, 2002
4.13 | 41 ratings

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35007 Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Cioraneto

5 stars The best thing i heard in the last months.

Made by a peculiar heavy progressive band, this album is very hypnotic, with great drums and all instrumental, without the energic vocals of the first 2 albums of the band, and much more spacey and atmospheric than his predecessors. A strong guitar in style of stoner rock bands and synths effects that create furious crescendos, particulary in Voyage Automatique, my favourite track. Other highlights are Tsunami and Crystalline, i give five stars for them too. Four stars for Evaporate and then you have a masterpiece of progressive music for my taste. I recommend this effort, for sure!

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  35007 / Into the Void we Travelled by 35007 album cover Studio Album, 1997
3.89 | 25 ratings

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35007 Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Rapataz

4 stars A great solid Space Rock Album. HEAVY PSYCHEDELIC

This One maybe is the most accessible Album by 35007. Like the Debut it features powerfull riffing, impulsive rythms, raw (in good meaning) voice and spacey synth work. But it is more structured and not as overloaded as that first CD. This makes it a better starter for someone new to the band. With HERD It starts with reverse cymbals (yeahhh!) and soon builds up an impulsive groove with pulsating synth lines. The following titles mostly contain tracks that could be described as a heavier and groovier version of Hawkwind. The high points (I can't really pint out weak points) in this vein maybe are SOUL MACHINE, BIG BORE and 66 (the last one with great heavy basal bass). There is also a nice and more quiet, dreamy song with little percussion (VEIN) which gives a little rest between all this mindblowing psychedelic tunes. Although Hawkwind are the inventors of this genre, i like 35007 more. No classic Prog like Genesis or Yes but a more progressive edge of the psychedelic Stoner genre, so this Album is no masterpiece of progressive but one of heavy psychedelic music. It still is a great addition to any prog music collection. Other similar bands could be the Spacious Mind from Sweden or Monkey 3 from Switzerland (They have a song on their Debut called 35007).

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