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3.51 | 58 ratings

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2 stars Mythos was a fairly minor Krautrock band that made a few decent albums. Definitely at the jammy, trippy spacerock end of the spectrum, they probably spent a lot of time listening to Floyd's "More" soundtrack while getting super high. Most of this is basically jamming, with Tullish flute soloing, reverby guitar, electronic bleeping and occasional mellotron. When the songs are structured, they aren't that impessive- holding a drony, cosmic mood was definitely this band's strong point. The vocals on the tracks "Expeditions" and "Eternity" are frankly laughably horrible, and I'm glad there aren't any more vocals on this record. The effect of all this is certainly psychedelic and entertaining, but this sort of thing was done way better on Dom's "Edge of Time" album. As Mythos' best album, this is an obligatory Kraut-fan purchase, but certainly not for anyone else.
Heptade | 2/5 |


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