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3.51 | 58 ratings

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4 stars This was their second album, for some strange reason, a three year gap between the last album. This time the Ohr label was renamed Kosmiche Musik so that's the label Dreamlab was on. It's strange that in those three years the, while the band featured a totally different lineup, except for Stephen Kaske, the sound hadn't really all changed that much. Musically this is a bit like Achim Reichel & the Machines, Ash Ra Tempel, and Jethro Tull. Lots of echoey flute and guitar. I will have to say I never cared for "Expeditions". It's because it's a lousy song in which Stephan's nasally, raspy voice really detracts bad, plus the song itself is pretty cheesy. Luckily much is the rest of the album is instrumental and Krautrock at its finest. Even the when the vocals reappear, they're thankfully much more brief and the music was much better than "Expeditions". Still worth having in your collection, and I'd give it five stars if it weren't for the dreadful "Expeditions", so four stars it is.
Progfan97402 | 4/5 |


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