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One of the most influential bands to emerge from the UK's festival scene, the Ozrics layer ambient and ethereal landscapes with freeform dub trips, incredible rave grooves and psychedelic progressive rock. It's an open exploration of music and the soul. For over 30 years, the Ozrics have experienced the vicissitudes of the rock and roll life. The band has flourished through a number of line-up changes, spawned several side projects, created their own record label, put out close to 25 albums, scored a hit record and sold over a million albums world-wide. And yet, the basic motivation behind the band's existence has never wavered. Their signature blend of hippy aesthetics and raver electronics with spiralling guitars, textured waves of keyboard and midi samplers, and super-groovy bass and drum rhythms continue to delight fans across the world to this day. Strangeitude was released in 1991 and featured the band's first single, 'Sploosh!' which reached number 1 in the UK independent chart. Presented for the first time since it's original release on classic black vinyl by Kscope. "Much more than just a homage to those hippy bands of the 70s; they are actually doing FOR REAL what those bands gave the impression of being but never really were. " NME
One of the most influential bands to emerge from the UK's festival scene, the Ozrics layer ambient and ethereal landscapes with freeform dub trips, incredible rave grooves and psychedelic progressive rock. It's an open exploration of music and the soul. For over 30 years, the Ozrics have experienced the vicissitudes of the rock and roll life. The band has flourished through a number of line-up changes, spawned several side projects, created their own record label, put out close to 25 albums, scored a hit record and sold over a million albums world-wide. And yet, the basic motivation behind the band's existence has never wavered. Their signature blend of hippy aesthetics and raver electronics with spiralling guitars, textured waves of keyboard and midi samplers, and super-groovy bass and drum rhythms continue to delight fans across the world to this day. Strangeitude was released in 1991 and featured the band's first single, 'Sploosh!' which reached number 1 in the UK independent chart. Presented for the first time since it's original release on classic black vinyl by Kscope. "Much more than just a homage to those hippy bands of the 70s; they are actually doing FOR REAL what those bands gave the impression of being but never really were. " NME
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Strangeitude 2020 - Ed Wynne Remaster (Ofgv) (Uk)
Artist: Ozric Tentacles
Format: Vinyl
New: Not currently available
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DISC: 1

1. White Rhino Tea [05:54]
2. Sploosh! [06:23]
3. Saucers [07:30]
4. Strangeitude [07:29]
5. Bizarre Bazaar [04:03]
6. Space Between Your Ears [07:45]

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One of the most influential bands to emerge from the UK's festival scene, the Ozrics layer ambient and ethereal landscapes with freeform dub trips, incredible rave grooves and psychedelic progressive rock. It's an open exploration of music and the soul. For over 30 years, the Ozrics have experienced the vicissitudes of the rock and roll life. The band has flourished through a number of line-up changes, spawned several side projects, created their own record label, put out close to 25 albums, scored a hit record and sold over a million albums world-wide. And yet, the basic motivation behind the band's existence has never wavered. Their signature blend of hippy aesthetics and raver electronics with spiralling guitars, textured waves of keyboard and midi samplers, and super-groovy bass and drum rhythms continue to delight fans across the world to this day. Strangeitude was released in 1991 and featured the band's first single, 'Sploosh!' which reached number 1 in the UK independent chart. Presented for the first time since it's original release on classic black vinyl by Kscope. "Much more than just a homage to those hippy bands of the 70s; they are actually doing FOR REAL what those bands gave the impression of being but never really were. " NME
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