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3.66 | 10 ratings | 3 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Introduction/River of Two Returns (3:47)
2. Interplanetarian Live Machine, Pt. II (25:38)
3. Time Re-Circle (6:23)
4. The Care Song - Adanech (6:53)
5. Victoria Gardens (2:14 )
6. The One That Really Won the War (14:10)
7. Leaving for Kacrakash/In Places Like These (14:49)

Total Time 73:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Jens Unosson / synthesizers, electronics, atmospheres
- Henrik Oja / guitars, vocals
- Thomas Brännström / guitar, vocals, whistles, glockenspiel
- David Johansson /percussion

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THE SPACIOUS MIND Organic Mind Solution ratings distribution

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THE SPACIOUS MIND Organic Mind Solution reviews

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Review by loserboy
4 stars Yet another simply 'bong-tastic' spacey-psych release from these mind warping your men from Sweden. Like all SPACIOUS MIND releases, "Organic Mind Solution" explores the depths of space with heavy droned and yet wailing guitar solos layered on top of some glorious keyboard/synth atmospheres. OMS get into some of TSM's most enduring and yet provocatively mind expanding grooves yet. In many ways this is my personal favourite album of theirs revealing my deep love for this spaciously dogmatic and yet poignant music. Far too clever for society.
Review by Eetu Pellonpaa
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4 stars This album also has some very fine ideas and atmospheres in it. Music runs unstopped from the beginning to the end, and the CD covers are brilliant in their design, aestethics and sincerity. Album highlights for me were the long "Introduction - River of Two Returns - Interplanetarian Lovemachine pt II" sequence, building up huge tension in time warping hypnotic trance. Mellow "The Caresong" is also marvelous, but the rest of the music didn't touch me as deep as these I mentioned first. The last one, "In Places Like These", features also the only one thing that bothers me a bit in the studio works of these guys, as there are some samples recycled from the previous works. But this is a great album though, and along with other prog bands from Sweden, THE SPACIOUS MIND prove that Swedes have truly a great talent in music as a nation!
Review by Mellotron Storm
3 stars The thing I like most about this record is the photo of the five band members sitting on chairs and benches on a porch, you can see the sun is shining, and the green trees and flowers are in the background, great shot !

The music itself is for the most part layers of sounds that go on and on, not much in the way of melody or breakouts that's for sure.The sound quality could be a lot better as well.The drummer keeps the beat and a steady wall of noise is heard in the background, and after a while it really annoys me.This is veg-out music, and I suppose being high might help to appreciate this more, I don't know. I did like the sixth song, as the guitars stood out more on that one.

This is a band that I really like but I just can't get into this one.

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