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Topic: new Electric Orange album "Netto" released
Posted By: Rivertree
Subject: new Electric Orange album "Netto" released
Date Posted: August 27 2011 at 18:49
brandnew Electric Orange album 'Netto' is out! 80 minutes of improvised krautrock at it's best! Mellotron rules on this album! Once again mastered by Eroc.
9 floating, smooth and wild instrumental tracks, interlinked to a long trip! Recommended!

http://www.electric-orange.com/eo/netto.htm" rel="nofollow - sample excerpts

http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=34415" rel="nofollow">http://www.progarchives.com/progressive_rock_discography_covers/3249/cover_4033182782011_r.jpg



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Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: August 27 2011 at 19:04
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Posted By: scepter
Date Posted: August 27 2011 at 21:30
may i ask what on earth is krautrock is it folky if so i wont like it


Posted By: madmike
Date Posted: August 27 2011 at 22:01
Originally posted by scepter scepter wrote:

may i ask what on earth is krautrock is it folky if so i wont like it


I wouldn't say it's the exact opposite of folky, but it's close... Krautrock tends to be highly electronic in nature, and more toward the space of psychedelic rock than a lot of the more symphonic and/or jazz-based progressive genres that arose during the 1970s.



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