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Tritonus - 1976 - Between The Universes
Opa-LokaDate: Friday, 23 May 2008, 18:06 | Message # 1
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1. Between the Universes (9:58)

2. Mars Detection (8:08)

3. Suburban Day Suite (17:48)

i. The Day Awakes 7:55

ii. The Day Works 5:53

iii. The Day Rests 3:58

Total Time: 35:54

Line-up -
Peter K. Seiler / organ, piano, synthesizers

Ronald Brand / bass, vocals, gui

Their second and final album was a bit more original than the first one, but is it much better? This one sounds more symphonic, spacey and grandiose. The keyboard-arrangements sounds quite good on the album, and there's still a slight Emerson-influence here. The band had also added some choir-arrangements on the title-track and "The Day Works". The last mentioned track is the second part of the three-part suite "Suburban Day Suite" which takes up the whole second side of the album. The title-track has a very cosmic, almost religious spacey symphonic progressive rock sound to it, and the band managed to make a sound of their own here. "Mars Detection" is a VERY spacey instrumental based in a lot of electronics. Very hypnotic and German sounding(ELOY style). "Suburban Day Suite" is atmospheric and symphonic with some beautiful melodies and themes through all of the three parts.

source : http://vintageprog.com/ttt2.htm

 
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