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Sensations' Fix


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.80 | 39 ratings

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4 stars Very trippy, spacey and trancey and pretty electronic. I'd call the music at different times (or often simultaneously) Psychedelic Space Rock, Psychedelic Krautrock, Progressive Electronic, Psych Ambient, and Kraut Symphonic Prog, as well as rock, jazz, electronic, blues, soul, folk and funk. I hear (across this album (1976), 'Portable Madness' (1974) and 'Fragments of Light' (1974)--the three i've heard) similarities to Ashra, Pink Floyd, Ash Ra Tempel, A.R. & Machines, Genesis, Hawkwind, Nektar, Eloy, Black Sabbath, Fripp/Eno, Agitation Free, Brainticket, Kalacakra, Popol Vuh.. Their sound manages to be fresh and distinct from each of these bands, with a very creative and original musical sensibility. "Strange About Your Hands" is a fuller and more inspired and focused version of the section "Strange About The Hands" on their previous album 'Portable Madness' and "Finest Finger" is likewise a more developed version of that respective section on 'Portable Madness'. "Maps" is a great track for me although it is not imperfect

This album isn't as good as either "Fragments of Light" or "Portable Madness", though it comes close. Much like the magnificent Anyone's Daughter in that their albums, at least the three listed above have a slightly different inspired take on a very signature style.


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