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Cozmic Corridors



3.73 | 30 ratings

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2 stars This is one of a clutch of Krautrock albums which emerged in the mid-1990s on the Psi-Fi label which purported to be ultra-rare 1970s productions from a defunct label (Pyramid) - Epitaph For Venus by Galactic Explorers was another - but which have been widely accused of being fakes. Cozmic Corridors' particular style lends itself to long droning meditations which make the album resemble a collection of Ash Ra Tempel off-cuts. If it's a hoax, it's a convincing one, but in terms of Krautrock material it's a bit dull and lifeless - interesting to listen to for a bit, but the lack of atmosphere and texture gets to you after a bit.
Warthur | 2/5 |


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