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Category: Prog. Rock
Label: Now See Hear
Catalog Number: NSH D7007
|1.||Phasors On Stun||3:49|
|2.||One O'Clock Tomorrow||6:05|
|5.||Dialing For Dharma||3:15|
|6.||Slaughter In Robot Village||5:02|
|Total Running Time:||35:47|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: October 31, 2008 at 22:50|
|Just good/Ok ProgRock. "Phasors On Stun" is the best Track and "One O'Clock Tomorrow" in 2nd order. There are two instrumental songs ("Dialing For Dharma" and "Slaughter In Robot Village"), nice by moments(Aldebaran), definately if you are a Prog Rock fan You will like it more.. 7/10|
|From: Nick C||Date: May 7, 2010 at 23:27|
|Top album, I gave this CD a spin a few days back and it still evokes the same feeling in me as it did back in 1979 when I first heard it, I get a funny feeling in the pit of my stomach when I listen to it. I love every minute of this and for me it is only surpassed, just, by the City of Fear album, I get the same stomach feeling for that too ... hahaha! Probably their "proggiest" album...maybe....I dunno, coz the tracks are pretty accessible and having said that their second album Direct to Disc (or Headroom) featured just 2 tracks of improvised work recorded live in the studio straight to disc, hence the name.|
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