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Hawkwind - Doremi Fasol Latido CD (album) cover

DOREMI FASOL LATIDO

Hawkwind

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.70 | 293 ratings

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SouthSideoftheSky
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1 stars This album sounds slightly more professional than the first two. Not that the musicianship suddenly started to exist in this band, far from it! This album is just better recorded than the first two. Brainstorm is still very much in the same territory as the last album, that is monotonous and repetitive and way too long for its own good! Space is Deep is better though, but not good enough to desreve being over six minutes long.

I read someone comparing this album to Black Sabbath but in my opinion Black Sabbath would never have recorded a song with the same beat all the way through; Hawkwind did whole albums without changing the beat! Black Sabbath became famous, not only for their heavy sound, but for their constant tempo changes and having several different riffs in the same song etc. Hawkwind had fewer good riffs in their whole carrier than Sabbath had on one song.

The improved sound on this album made this the best Hawkwind album up to that point but Space is Deep and The Watcher still cannot save this album from the lowest possible rating.

SouthSideoftheSky | 1/5 |

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