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2.54 | 20 ratings | 5 reviews | 10% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Zandbak (4:26)
2. Cosmic Messenger (5:54)
3. Basiculo Ad Cunnum (5:32)
4. Suave (4:54)
5. Bad Altitude (6:54)
6. The Elephant Song (6:45)
7. U:mu:mīnu: (5:04)
8. Water (6:52)
9. Slide (8:06)

Total Time : 54:27

Line-up / Musicians

- Eeuwout Baart / vocals
- Bertus Fridael / guitar
- Mark Sponselee / sounds, synths
- Michel Boekhoudt / bass
- Jacco Van Rooy / drums

Note : The actual instrumentation could not be fully confirmed at this moment

Releases information

2xLP Lazy Eye ‎- 2094/LP (1994, Netherlands)
2xLP Stickman Records ‎- PSYCHOBABBLE 018 (2014, Germany)

CD Lazy Eye ‎- 2094/CD (1994, Netherlands)
CD Stickman Records ‎- PSYCHOBABBLE 018 (1999, Germany)

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35007 Especially For You ratings distribution

(20 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(10%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(30%)
Good, but non-essential (30%)
Collectors/fans only (25%)
Poor. Only for completionists (5%)

35007 Especially For You reviews

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Review by Prog-jester
2 stars This is a rather unconventional record, but hardly essential. LOOSE (35007 in reverse and upside down) play heavy Psychedelic/ Space Rock with noticeable nods to HAWKWIND, GONG and Krautrock bands. Sometimes sounding as NIRVANA on acid, “Especially for you” will satisfy mostly genre’s fans – it’s too uneven and raw record for everyone to enjoy, though this specific atmosphere can serve as an additional “pro” for noise-rock freaks.
Review by Sean Trane
2 stars The Dutch space rock's debut album is the only thing I heard from them and I am unable to tell you whether the later albums are close to this one. Here the sextet has taken to a metallic sort of space rock, somewhere stuck between Hawkwind's binarity once in full flight, Ozric Tentacles' full flight delire and some progmetal band's crunchy uncompromising riffy guitars with a semi-doom metallic singer ala Motorhead/Opeth maybe (although not a guttural) . While the first two or three tracks might be amusing and interesting, however, we're confronted with a fairly repetitive feel and sure enough, boredom sweeps you halfway through. Just consider this album as a long classic Hawkwind track with extra-mean guitars and vocals that are stretched out and cut in slightly varying versions. Nice to hear once, but I doubt you'll want to sit this album with the master of the genres on your shelves.
Review by octopus-4
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR RIO/Avant/Zeuhl,Neo & Post/Math Teams
3 stars This debut album is probably a bit immature. 35007 are far from the long suites and the concepts of Liquid. It sounds promising but it's probably too heavy for my tastes. Not that I don't like heavy psychedelic. The problem with this album is that it's following the mood of the moment: some garage-band like sound, some electronic as you can find in most of the Ozric Tentacles works, a nice hendrix-style guitar but nothing more. The best album track is probably "Cosmic Messenger". In its average is a good album, but it doesn't make justice to 35007. They can do more (as they effectively did). However, this is not a bad album. Tracks like "Basiculo ad Cummus" remind to Porcupine Tree and to heavy prog in general.

The most relaxing tracks are hypnotic, the remaining are heavy with a touch of Seattle. It's non-essential, but it can be enjoiyed by the genre fans,not only by collectors, so 3 stars apply.

Latest members reviews

1 stars From an Old School prog fan point of view, this album is trash. Too many effects, too much noise, too much confusion. Mix is horrible: drums and bass are submerged by a continuos wooosh of noises that spreads all over the tracks and so they are almost inaudible, just guitar stands out. We could ... (read more)

Report this review (#1940995) | Posted by berkaal | Sunday, June 24, 2018 | Review Permanlink

4 stars So this one is especially for me! I bought this when I was about 15 and it was my first truly Psychedelic/Progressive CD. And with it one of my absolute favourites: Raw, psychedelic (in the truest sense of the word!), twirling heavy rock music. The only reason why I refuse giving it the fifth sta ... (read more)

Report this review (#205344) | Posted by Rapataz | Wednesday, March 4, 2009 | Review Permanlink

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