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Ozric Tentacles


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.70 | 104 ratings

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2 stars As their first two releases, this one is available as a dual CD release comprising of this recording as well as their next "Live Ethereal Cereal". In terms of "music" I'm afraid that little has changed when compared to their prior two works.

Same sort of improvised stuff, little to no feeling overall: this is what is mostly experienced during this extensive album. Originally recorded for limited distribution (and one soon knows why), this work is just a boring trip into some "Ozric" extravaganza.

This is just a weak approach to space-rock IMHHO. Just a recording of some chaps having fun and recording these momens. Where they playing real "music"? The same old poor reggae sounds featured in their two previous releases are present here as well: "Staring at the Moon", "Crab Nebula" and Kola B'pep are really worthless and are just fillers. Do press next, please.

This album is a bloody long (over sixty minutes) and it is just a confirmation of their two previous albums: tasteless and passionless bunch of songs. I wonder why I rate this with two stars. "There Is Nothing" is such a great and describing title. There is really nothing in here.

ZowieZiggy | 2/5 |


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