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Quantum Fantay


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.55 | 65 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars "Vincent, are we satisfied ?" Well, depending on what you're looking for. So, where's the real treat here. Lantanasch gave great deal of flute combined with space sounding synthesizers. Spiral Flame on the other hand reminds me more Jarre's work (even only album I've heard was this most famous Oxygene part, I don't know now what part exactly, just that my mother had it and there I heard it), maybe little bit Vangelis (also, I don't know his music so well to be so sure, but sounds like it.

In general, there is big part of ambient thing here. But instead of Vangelis (Ah, another one, Mike Oldfield at times, now that's everyone influential here I hope), Quantum uses electric guitar sound more prominently. Everything fits in space theme and that's where it stands and falls. Do you love this kind of music ? Do you want less ? Because (even I first hated this saying, I came to realization that) less is sometimes more. After listening to their over- combined, 2009 album, which sounded very promising before first listening, I have to say that I'm satisfied. I never though that I will prefer less complex one instead of more difficult.. Chase the Dragon is exception here, faster pace and heavier guitars in the end.

4(-), melodies, true holds its name as Space rock (or ambient).

Marty McFly | 3/5 |


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