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Whoa!! These last two posts look bonkers!! Thanks
^^^ Please share the cacciapaglia!!! Please, please, please...
Mind staggering greatness like a new born baby crying as it feels the first smack of its bottom of many to come in its life time. A magic moment like a musical bullet to the brain with a song like no other delievered to the blood stream of the spirit.Thanks Paul Durango. I guess i know who Santa Claus is :DHellbishop
This was posted on Mutant Sounds Already. Thanks anyway though.
a., thankx a lot man, I can't wait to peep it!!
Thanks for this...loving the blog...keep 'em coming!
Hey anon, very likely you aren't reading this but can you share the lossless?
the song "first wave" is excellent. that acoustic sounding bass in conjunction with the electronic sounds...very pleasant.
OK. This is maybe the best blog I've seen yet. Wish I'd thought of that. Moog and more Moog. How could you go wrong... Thanks so much!
If anyone came/comes across the lossless rip of this album (or a rip of the CD re-issuein any format) it would be really cool if they could post the link here. After 34 years its hardly suprising there are a few snap crackles and pops so hearing a different rip would not be a bad thing...Thanks for posting this album, in its own way it is quite extraordinary and stands head and shoulders above most of the prog-electronica released in the mid-seventies (even the artwork has a curiously contemporary feel) and I like the fact its from Italy! With the recent focus on German kosmische (you know a (sub)cultural genre has emerged from the twilight world and 'broke' into the daylight glare of the 'hip' media as soon as the Soul Jazz label release a sampler!) sometimes it gets forgotten that some equally great prog-electronica was coming from France & Italy and even America and occasionally here in the UK!
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