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|3.0 good||Marko Polovina | July 15th 09|
What may be truly frustrating is the type of style Amorphous Androgynous take on has yet to develop into anything truly substaintial to warrant attention. The Isness and also Alice In Ultraland both were solid outings, more so for The Isness, but why should we care anymore? I understand the soft-toned psychedelic forms are still there, but whats the point? The incorporation of vocals had worked wonders in their last album, but we barely see any of that in Peppermint Tree and Seeds of Superconsciousness. "Tiny Space Birds" is the hyped up stage of psychedelic embracing I've been looking for, but a little too late. The same goes for "Rocket Fuel", except this time allowing fantastic lead vocals to resonate through. So my question really is: Will Amorphous Androgynous progress their sound or will they steadily decline into boredom?
|3.5 great||quelus | October 15th 12|
|3.5 great||Rodrigo | September 12th 11|
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