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Prog Folk

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Eetu Pellonpaa
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3 stars This album has quite acoustic-oriented sound, starting with a guitar, percussion and flute leading to an amplified mellow psych rock grooving. The religious flavored spiritual folk elements resemble little The Incredible String Band's sound and style, some rarer heavier phases then maybe Uriah Heep with dense layers of cosmic synths, and the accessible compositions are done in the way of The Beatles. Fusion of British psych folk rock tones united with ethnic themes resemble the sound of early Jade Warrior records also. Some moments have nice atmospheres, few songs are then quite simple fun-having mostly. In addition of some more impressionistic moody tracks, there are also some quite straightforward songs on the album. For me especially folky "And The Whole World" was a pleasant moment for me as a pretty hippie anthem, "Earth People" had also nice sound ambiences with nice melodies, and mystical moods of "Molecular Delusion" were pleasant. A nice record, which somehow associates with Absolute Elsewhere's album, not so much musically, but both being supernatural & cosmic themed progressive rock curiosities.
Eetu Pellonpaa | 3/5 |


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