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Ozric Tentacles


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.92 | 148 ratings

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JgX 5
4 stars I was thinking that this album was bad, and now I feel very sorry for that thought, I never look in detail, and recently I have started to listen this amazing work, and all that I can say and recommend is: you need to hear this stuff if you don't you are losing a large part of the progressive rock elemental, in 2000, 10 years ago Ozric Tentacles offered this wonderful gem of rock and mystical space, starting from the cover obscure, curious cat, giant pyramids behind this black cat , and the moon shining into the dark night.

in this album we can estimate the maturity of the band 11 years from pungent, his debut album,in Hidden step we can appreciate the strength in the music that has made today to the Ozric Tentacles band. this album is mystical, I think the most mystical of Ozric Tentacles, is dark, it's good to hear it in winter as well as I do now.

as I said in other reviews Ozric Tentacles explores other musical cultures, which makes the time rewarding. and more if one is a constant browser.

to aprecciate this music you need to have pacient, a lot of spins, but then you got it.. the music will flow into your mind.. a lot of different passages on this hehe, The favourites are:

The hidden step ( wath this song on youtube, amazing wolves!) Pixel Dream Ta khut

4.4 stars ...

JgX 5 | 4/5 |


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