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The Carpet Knights


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.92 | 29 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars First thing that I like about this album is its cover. It's beautiful connection of nature and, ahem, nature. That's nature multiplied by two. And believe me, Sweden has beautiful nature (as the rest of Scandinavian Peninsula has).

Music on the verge of Psychedelic and Heavy (more Heavy for me in average, even though some parts are pure Psychedelic), together with certain Retro elements. Quite reminiscent of Motorpsycho (almost like its Norway's counterpart), sharing a lot of same motifs.

Thank you Olav for the word, Stoner Rock (I always forget this one), seems possible that this is the case. However, I don't have proofs. Sometimes it would be good to be stoner, but most of the times, put me out of drugs. I can enjoy it anyway. Very 'eavy (and very 'umble) sound with killing riffs. But never abandoning Psychedelic traces, they're still present no matter what.

Music like this is also good material to make longer tracks and so we get 60 minutes of these delights. However, this music can be boring, because there's quite low amount of eclecticity (variety), you simply have to take it or leave it as it is.

4(-), seemed like good rating at the time. Before I got drunk.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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