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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.92 | 42 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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4 stars Well I do prefer the debut but this is still an excellent album. They've added some organ on the first track and we have some vocals on the short bonus track but other then that we still get lots of heavy jamming with acid guitar trips that go on forever.The band lists GURU GURU and AMON DUUL II among others as influences. Again like the debut this isn't technical or complex but man this sounds so good.

Godspeed" opens with chaotic sounds for about 3 minutes then it kicks into gear. The guitar starts to solo. It's more intense before 6 minutes. This is much better. A nice heavy SABBATH- like sound here.The guitar is just lighting it up 10 minutes in as the bass throbs and drums pound. Now the guitar is screaming 11 1/2 minutes. It starts to wind down before 18 1/2 minutes then we get a big finish.

"Sonic Prayer" kicks in heavily before a minute. Love the guitar 5 minutes in. It gets a little chaotic then the drummer takes the spotlight around 13 1/2 minutes as the guitar fades back. Guitar is back after 15 minutes. The song starts to wind down late. "Cherry Red" has a good heavy beat as vocals and guitar eventually join in. The guitar is lighting it up after 3 1/2 minutes. Great tune !

If your into heavy Psyche this is a must.

Mellotron Storm | 4/5 |


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