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Ozric TentaclesLotus Unfolding

Label:Kscope – KSCOPE1217
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Green/Black Marble
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Ambient

Tracklist

A1Storm In A Teacup9:30
A2Deep Blue Shade5:08
A3Lotus Unfolding8:10
B1Crumplepenny9:54
B2Green Incantation7:35
B3Burundi Spaceport5:02
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Limited marble (black & transparent turquoise) LP edition with an exclusive die-cut sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode ( Sticker): 80264482171 9
  • Label Code: LC 01757
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 011030718-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 011030718-B-1

Other Versions (5 of 7)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Lotus Unfolding (LP, Album)KscopeKSCOPE1213Europe2023
Lotus Unfolding (CD, Album)KscopeKSCOPE788UK2023
Lotus Unfolding (6×File, FLAC, Album, 24-Bit)Snapper Musicnone2023
New Submission
Lotus Unfolding (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue Translucent)KscopeKSCOPE1214UK2023
Lotus Unfolding (CD, Album, Unofficial Release)Kscope (2)KSCOPE788Russia2023

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  • Tureluur's avatar
    Tureluur
    Edited 4 months ago
    Listen to this and the previous al bum. Listen a couple of times. Not a bad listening experience. Nice relaxing background music. But nothing that really sticks or impresses. Then listen to Waterfall cities. What a difference. Not only the drums and bass and other instrumentation but also the production quality.I wouldn't even say there's a real drummer on the last albums, if it wasn't mentioned in the credits. It's not bad these new albums, but it seems like one big soundscape made by the Wynne family with the purpose to serve as a backup track for Ed's guitar solos. I don't understand why Ed has to be Ozric Tentacles and cannot make a real band anymore with some other fabulous musicians (like Zia or the drummer from Waterfall cities) who bring their own creative enrichment to the albums. It's still better of course than not having any new Ozrics albums anymore. Crumblepenny is a pretty decent track though.
    • Monsterhead's avatar
      Monsterhead
      This new Ozric Tentacles LP sounds just like all of their other ones and that's no bad thing. They have hit on a winning formula and are sticking to it. Wooshy synths, ethnic bells and chimes, jazz chords, dub bass, bongos and congos. Check Maaate! and the melting pot mixture is all held together with a thread of heavy metal shred guitar going through every pedal available to man and erp. It's fantastic as always and the cover art is amazing. This is a great place to start if you are new to the Ozrics sound.
      • PurpleScroll's avatar
        PurpleScroll
        Had my copy arrive this morning. Love every single track, I'd only heard the track 'Lotus Unfolding' from the pre-release video before playing it. The first track played and I just fell in love with what I was hearing straight away. The band really went to town on this album, and it's uplifting music I really needed in my life right now.

        This vinyl looks and sounds gorgeous, it's a pretty quiet master so you need to crank the volume up quite a bit. I could not hear any surface noise and there were hardly any pops/cracks, if there were any it was just static from my player and not the vinyl itself.

        Well done Ozric Tentacles & Kscope, another brilliant release.

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