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Limited clear vinyl LP pressing. 1971 album from the Krautrock band. 1972's Psychonaut, by the Swiss-based Brainticket, is early '70s space rock at it's finest. While the band's debut album, 1971's Cottonwoodhill, was a heavily acid-laden affair dominated by droning organ, disturbing vocals and a collection of cacophonic sound effects, for their second effort, band-founder Joël Vandroogenbroeck brought in a completely new lineup and changed the band's sound dramatically. While Psychonaut still takes listeners into the realm of altered consciousness, making heavy use of a droning Hammond, sitar, tablas, etc, this time the vocals are more melodic and the music itself is more song-oriented. This is by far Brainticket's most accessible album, and perhaps their most timeless.
Limited clear vinyl LP pressing. 1971 album from the Krautrock band. 1972's Psychonaut, by the Swiss-based Brainticket, is early '70s space rock at it's finest. While the band's debut album, 1971's Cottonwoodhill, was a heavily acid-laden affair dominated by droning organ, disturbing vocals and a collection of cacophonic sound effects, for their second effort, band-founder Joël Vandroogenbroeck brought in a completely new lineup and changed the band's sound dramatically. While Psychonaut still takes listeners into the realm of altered consciousness, making heavy use of a droning Hammond, sitar, tablas, etc, this time the vocals are more melodic and the music itself is more song-oriented. This is by far Brainticket's most accessible album, and perhaps their most timeless.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: LILITH
Rel. Date: 07/02/2021
UPC: 889397743123

Psychonaut [Clear Vinyl]
Artist: Brainticket
Format: Vinyl
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Limited clear vinyl LP pressing. 1971 album from the Krautrock band. 1972's Psychonaut, by the Swiss-based Brainticket, is early '70s space rock at it's finest. While the band's debut album, 1971's Cottonwoodhill, was a heavily acid-laden affair dominated by droning organ, disturbing vocals and a collection of cacophonic sound effects, for their second effort, band-founder Joël Vandroogenbroeck brought in a completely new lineup and changed the band's sound dramatically. While Psychonaut still takes listeners into the realm of altered consciousness, making heavy use of a droning Hammond, sitar, tablas, etc, this time the vocals are more melodic and the music itself is more song-oriented. This is by far Brainticket's most accessible album, and perhaps their most timeless.