By the time "Sliding Gliding Worlds" was released in 1988, the British based Ozrics had already garnered a huge cult following, climbing to fame with a series of self-produced cassette tapes. Borrowing the idea from the bands of the sixties that music is somehow related to the cosmic realm, the Ozrics became a kind of leader of a new British psychedelic movement. Strictly instrumental, but with a sense of humour, the band creates a kind of eastern twinged space rock, using keyboards and synthesizers, on the one hand, and flutes, xylophones and recorders on the other, for a kind of east meets west - where bands like Gong immediately jump to mind.
01 Yaboop yaboop 02 Soda water 03 The code for chickendon 04 Guzzard 05 The dusty pouch 06 Sliding and gliding 07 Loaf jaw 08 Kick muck 09 It's a hup ho world 10 Atmospheric underslunky 11 (omnidirectional) bhadra 12 Fetch me the pongmaster
13 Mae hong song 14 White rhino tea 15 The green island 16 Imhotep (bonus) 17 Thrashing breath texture (bonus) 18 Crab nebula 19 The sacred turf (bonus) 20 O-i 3. jabular (bonus) 21 Travelling the great circle (bonus) 22 Invisible carpet (bonus) 23 Kola b'pep (bonus)