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Radar Men From The Moon


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.36 | 5 ratings

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3 stars A narrator of '50s introduces the first song of this second album's Radar Men From The Moon. (like their debut album). After the first experience with INTERGALACTIC DADA & SPACES TROMBONES, I expected another spectacular album more original than first. Maybe this is the ambition of every listeners who expects the best to feed ours ear, and even the mind.

These three intelligent Dutch musicians, have used original ideas to propose their music. The combination of psychedelic atmospheres and "old voice" makes Floydian impressions that remain in mind. Although I don't like stoner approach I must say they've done a good combination in their music with many Space Rock moments in HAWKWIND's style. Sometimes it remind me RUSSIAN CIRCLES, in rare post Rock passages.

Although the instrumental band proposed original and good debut album, this one is not fantastic than first. The ideas are repeated and music is created with "same old poison" used in the first album, although I think if this was first album, it could be considerate almost good. The problem is that they have already offered the same "dish" in 2011, and probably to update the mený is the better thing.

This album is not the best thing I ever heard, but anyhow is decent.

3 Stars

Utnapishtim | 3/5 |


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