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Dave Brock


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.63 | 11 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Just look on this picture, what a beautiful album cover it is. However, we're in 80's and so it changes, it influences, it corrupts, but it also helps to develop certain mature kind of sounds, even simplified by era where it was born. This album is like vision of stoner, but I don't feel like it's repeating itself over and over (like some Psychedelic efforts does), more like managing to create living, organic world. However, this "electronic" element (or elements) that are present in many songs (most prominently Earthed to the Ground and Spirits). It's a weird mix of Psych sounds from decade that I though nobody was releasing good albums (in 50% of cases at least). But this is interesting enough to sound average, but feeling you get from it is so good that I must increase my rating to

4(-), because sometimes you just want to dream. Nope, seriously, this album can offer you quite pleasant Psychedelic/electronic Prog. Maybe some will question its Progness, but I'll leave it to others, I'm happy with what I hear and am sure it can stand the tsunami. It can.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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