Future Clouds & Radar ‎– Future Clouds & Radar

Star Apple Kingdom ‎– SAK001
2 × CD, Album, Gatefold


1-01 Birds Of Prey 3:33
1-02 Let Me Get Your Coat 2:27
1-03 Hurricane Judy 3:40
1-04 Drugstore Bust 3:31
1-05 This Is Really A Book 2:37
1-06 You Will Be Loved 5:20
1-07 Quicksilver 4:32
1-08 Where's My Drink / Holy Janet Comes On Waves 4:09
1-09 Wake Up And Live 7:11
1-10 Our Time 2:32
1-11 Green Mountain Clover 3:55
1-12 Devil No More 1:28
2-01 Quicksilver 2 0:59
2-02 Get Your Boots On 2:58
2-03 Build Havana 4:38
2-04 Dr. No 3:22
2-05 Back Seat Silver Jet Sighter 4:39
2-06 Malice Of Stars 4:00
2-07 The Great Escape 3:30
2-08 Letters To Junius 1:07
2-09 Altitude 2:53
2-10 Cowboy Weather 1:37
2-11 Armitage Shanks 4:48
2-12 Christmas Day 1923 3:42
2-13 Wake 1:04
2-14 Safety Zone 4:18


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February 25, 2018
Shockingly good stuff. This is like a museum tour of all the late '60s musical styles. "Hurricane Judy" is power-pop in a psychedelic Big Star vein, "Dr. No" sounds like a Revolver outtake, and "Back Seat Silver Jet Sighter" could very well be a lost Bowie tune. If you stuck "Get Your Boots On" or "Let Me Get Your Coat" on Nuggets, the only thing that would give away the 35-year time difference is the fidelity. "Christmas Day, 1923" is a Dylanesque tale that ranks to me as the single saddest song ever written.

Those tracks alone make this double album worth every penny, but it doesn't stop there - orchestral pop ("You Will Be Loved"), Summer of Love acid trips ("This Is Really A Book"), prog-pop ("Birds Of Prey"), dark acoustic blues ("Devil No More"), spooky psychedelia ("Quicksilver"), reggae ("Wake Up And Live"), and all-around catchy pop ("Build Havana", also released as a single), and a whole bunch more that I don't want to spoil. Anyone who likes popular music from '65 to '72 or so should do themselves a favor and give this a spin - I don't think you'll be disappointed.