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Ozric Tentacles


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.90 | 199 ratings

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JgX 5
5 stars Well, there are many differents opinion like allways, each being have differents things to say an to think, i have to admit that i like a lot this band, they are one of the few bands that really experience all the possible genres, a lot of people said that "owned one of ozric you owned them all, that is really a mistake, that thing can be said to everyband, the difference bewteen ozric and them is the vocals, they donīt have. so it will be allways different.

Anyway, talking about this album arborescense:

astrocortex: the first track on this album , really good to start the album, very dinamic, a lot of heavy parts, the heavy side of ozric tentacles , there is a part where the drums kick ass.

arboresense: one of the new age stuff of ozric tentacles, that is what i like about this band, they explore all different music styles, that for me is what really means the term "progressive" amazing song.

dance of the loomi: another fine work, very elegant, nice keyboard to the begining to the end, and an amazing electric guitar solo in the middle part of the song, that solo is very clean, beautiful. good one Ed.

Shima Koto : another amazing song, it starts with atmospheric keyboards, when you listen to that song you think that you re in the space, really, then the keyboards flow and the drums starts to make scene. the bass line is amazing on this one. the solo again is amazing, very fast, a nice track.

Once again ozric make a masterpiece, you have to analize this, one of the best albums by this band.

5 stars.

JgX 5 | 5/5 |


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