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Seven That Spells: It Came From The Planet Of Love

Here's something different and radical courtesy of Croatian band Seven That Spells. Their second album entitled It Came From The Planet Of Love contains two instrumental songs featuring almost sixty minutes of pure, sonic psychedelic space rock. Taking their inspiration from the sounds of 60's and 70's experimental music, the band focuses on creating a CD full of acid infused guitar work awash in wah-wah and feedback. Guitarist and founder Niko Potocnjak is the star here as he fires off what feels like one continuous solo overtop the frenetic rhythm section of bassist Turtko Dujmovic and drummer Mario Peretic. This is over the top music from the word go and if the idea of listening to a CD with an emphasis on freak out style psychedelic guitar work isn't your idea of a good time then avoid this disc. However that being said I enjoyed the daring qualities this band brought to the table and while it's not overly complicated or intricate musically, it still rocks. An extra half star added to the final score for the girl on girl action on the cover artwork.

Track Listing
1) Towards The Planet Of Love
2) Erotic Meltdown / Bolero Love Grind

Added: January 29th 2007
Reviewer: Ryan Sparks
Related Link: R.A.I.G.
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Language: english

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