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Released:1971
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Length:00:33:29

A mythical MAGMA album recorded in 1971, during the “1000 centigrades” period. The album aims at introducing wider audiences to the Zeuhl feel, with a less hermetic sound, favoring a more groovy jazz-rock approach. Features the vocalist of ERGO SUM on one track as well as Tito Puentes on trumpet, otherwise this is pretty much the same line-up as in their previous album. A few dreamy moments with acoustic guitar and flutes (the track “Clementine”), and other typically dense moments with pulsating bass lines, mad sax and weird Vander screams punctuated by furious drumming with a groovy edge


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Unnamables
UPLOADED:01/19/2011
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uergsel on 01/23/11 at 12:00AM
This is a real prog-gem, an excellent early example of Magma's Christian Vander musical visions. It is the missing link between the first Magma-album "1001° Centigrades" and the second "M.D.K.", the (first) masterpiece of the band.
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Van Laar on 02/15/11 at 02:23AM
A gem it is!
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