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Recycled

Nektar (ネクター)

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28909003
組み枚数
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1
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Germany
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CD
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Allan Freeman(Keyboards),  Derek Moore(Bass),  Derek Moore(Vocals),  Larry Fast(Synthesizer),  Mo Moore(Bass),  Mo Moore(Vocals),  Ron Howden(Drums),  Ron Howden(Percussion),  Roye Albrighton(Guitar),  Roye Albrighton(Vocals),  Taff Freeman(Keyboards),  Taff Freeman(Vocals),  English Chorale(Choir, Chorus),  Bill Price(Engineer),  Christian Kolonovits(Arranger),  John Mills(Engineer),  Larry Fast(Engineer),  Nektar(Producer),  Peter Hauke(Producer),  Bob Howes(Conductor),  Robert Howes(Conductor)

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While the instrumental alliances that take place throughout Recycled aren't nearly as solid as on Journey to the Center of the Eye or Remember the Future, the album still harbors some of Nektar's intergalactic progressive rock penchants, although a slight decline in the band's cohesion is apparent. Guitarist Roy Albrighton lacks his usual gusto on most of the tracks, but tends to show signs of earlier days on both Flight to Reality and Automatic Horrorscope. What does hold strong is Nektar's ability to conjure up a science-fiction atmosphere through the unorthodox application of percussion, guitar, and keyboards. Tracks like Unendless Imagination and Cybernetic Consumption wallow in a futuristic amalgam of strings and synth, with Larry Fast working the keyboards this time around. Fast holds his end up for the most part, but at times his playing sounds manufactured and colorless, which in turn dampens the rest of the surrounding instruments. Some intriguing creativity arises near the end of the album with Sao Paulo Sunrise and Marvellous Moses, which resembles some of Nektar's early-'70s material. Recycled isn't a total disappointment, but the frequency of solid instrumentation and ability to hold attention does seem to fluctuate from time to time. ~ Mike DaGagne, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Recycle (02:44)
  • 02. Cybernetic Consumption (02:12)
  • 03. Recycle Countdown (01:53)
  • 04. Automation Horrorscope (03:02)
  • 05. Recycling (01:49)
  • 06. Flight to Reality (01:18)
  • 07. Unendless Imaginations (04:37)
  • 08. Sao Paulo Sunrise (03:03)
  • 09. Costa del Sol (04:03)
  • 10. Marvelous Moses (06:35)
  • 11. It's All Over (05:20)

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Nektar

The four Englishmen who formed the initial incarnation of Nektar met in Germany and formed the band there in 1969. For a little while in the early to mid-'70s, it seemed like they might take American rock by storm, but that was mostly hype, and by 1975 their big moment had already passed, although they lingered on until the end of the decade and have re-formed in the new millennium, recording seve

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