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Without a doubt, my favorite early Ozric album, this was their final album to feature Tig (Nick van Gelder) who later spent a short time with Jamiroquai (although not on the album that featured that hit with the dorky video, "Virtual Insanity"). This is truly Ozrics on their way to more great things to come. The album opens up with "The Sacred Turf", an intense jam that the band often finds themselves doing on many of their albums, this is pretty typical Ozrics. You have an original of "O-I" which was later re-recorded for Pungent Effulgent. Sticks pretty much the same, with a different solo. "Jabular" is one of their more techno-like pieces, but I mean more in an '80s fashion, not '90s, like often heard on the albums they did when Rad and Seaweed were in the band (like Curious Corn, Waterfall Cities, and The Hidden Step). "Staring at the Moon" is one of the three reggae type pieces found on this album. "Lull Your Skull" is an interesting one, with some great synth work, and Roly giving us an odd combination of fretless and slap-bass work
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Similar artists: BLAND BLADEN, NODENS ICTUS, QUANTUM FANTAY, MAPPE NOOTICHE, MANTRIC MUSE, ED WYNNE
Specifications
Type: LP
Recorded: 1986
Release Date: 2015-05-26
Label: Madfish
Country: Euro
Item No: SMALP1042
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Track List
Disc 1
01 The Sacred Turf 3:14
02 0-i 4:42
03 Jabular 3:52
04 Staring At The Moon 4:47
05 Airy Area 3:49
06 Travelling The Great Circle 4:05
07 Imhotep 11:56
Disc 2
01 Thrashing Breath Texture 3:31
02 Crab Nebula 5:39
03 Lull Your Skull 3:01
04 Invisible Carpet 5:47
05 The Eternal Wheel 9:53