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REALITY D BLIPCROTCH

The Spacious Mind

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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3.94 | 4 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Drifter (14:52)
2. The Players in The Band (14:37)

Total Time: 29:29

Line-up / Musicians

- Niklas Viklund / guitar
- Thomas Brännström / guitar, vocals
- Jens Unosson / keyboards, electronics
- Henrik Oja / bass, vocals
- David Johansson / drums, percussion

Releases information

10" vinyl released by Goddamn I'm A Countryman label.

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Review by Eetu Pellonpaa
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
4 stars This 10" LP contains two songs and a funny cartoon, describing the life of the band's players whose musical collaboration's tenth anniversary this release celebrates. "The Drifter" on the A-side begins with a bluesy space jam, and morphs as a really beautiful, slow acid rock ballad. I think this song easily crystalizes as one of the major compositions of the group, showing their major stylist elements and creating powerful emotional impact. The more dynamic first part emphasizes the strength of ethereal flotation sequence, and the short verse recited on several subtle frequencies is easy to sympathize as one pivotal era on a man's life. The other side of the vinyl has an acoustic ballad, which lyrics are more directly about "The Players in The Band". This wasn't as good song as the previous one, but still fine, flowing freely the guitar chords and singing at the psychedelic camp fire. As together they form fine union of middle-aged realizations from both individual's perspective and as a band. The album covers are also neat in their 1960's vintage graphic style. I would recommend this release to fuzz vinyl freaks and adorers of psychedelic music.

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4 stars This is one of the nicer packaged 10" EP records I've obtained. The artwork is very colorful and the cover is of high production quality. And unlike some of the thin vinyl 10" singles in my collection, this is a nice and thick slab of vinyl. The album even comes with a nice reprint of some ... (read more)

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