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Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.08 | 569 ratings

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3 stars Are they not Germans?

My first introduction to NEKTAR was “Remember the Future” album. A nice record (two side-long epics), a bit boring and predictable at times, but a real gem for ELOY lovers. It had that unique German rough sound, and bordered Symphonic Prog at times. “A Tab in the Ocean” followed almost the same scheme – rough soundproducing, rock drive, but gentle melodies, long interplays and obvious FLOYDian spirit. Tracks like “King of Twilight” are absolute rockers, cool and enjoyable. To be short – Kraut meets Mike Oldfield! If you’re into early 70s unsophisticated sound and atmosphere and haven’t experienced NEKTAR yet, you should do yourself a favour. Recommended.

Prog-jester | 3/5 |


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