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Ozric Tentacles - Technicians Of The Sacred


Tracklist


1Rubbing Shoulders With The Absolute8:36
2Zingbong8:27
3Smiling Potion7:12
4Changa Masala6:04
5The High Pass8:24
6Zenlike Creature9:54
7Switchback10:12
8Far Memory7:12
9Epiphlioy11:50
10Butterfly Garden5:04
11The Unusual Village6:21

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SMACDX1159Ozric Tentacles Technicians Of The Sacred ‎(2xCD, RE)MadfishSMACDX1159Europe2019
SMACD1094Ozric Tentacles Technicians Of The Sacred ‎(2xCD, Album, RE)MadfishSMACD1094UK & Europe2017
SMACD1015WMOzric Tentacles Technicians Of The Sacred ‎(CDr, Promo)MadfishSMACD1015WMUK & Europe2015
SMALP1015Ozric Tentacles Technicians Of The Sacred ‎(2xLP, Album, 180)MadfishSMALP1015Europe2015
SMALP1015Ozric Tentacles Technicians Of The Sacred ‎(2xLP, Album, RE)MadfishSMALP1015Europe2020

Credits


  • Artwork, Effects [Blips], Other [Falafel]Natan 'Mantismash'
  • Bass, Other [Everything & Nothing]Brandi Wynne
  • Congas, Bongos, Other [Bedlam]Paul Hankin
  • Drums, Other [Effulgence]Balázs Szende
  • Guitar, Synth, Effects [Shimmerscapes & Ethnic Flavours]Ed Wynne
  • Mastered ByJason Mitchell
  • Synth, Baglama [Saz], Effects [Stratospheres]Silas Neptune

Barcodes


  • Barcode (String): 636551801522
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): manufactured by optimal media GmbH AF86660-01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): ifpi L573
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): I⃫F⃫P⃫I⃫ ⃫9⃫7⃫3⃫5⃫
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): manufactured by optimal media GmbH AF86660-02
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): ifpi L574
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): I⃫F⃫P⃫I⃫ ⃫9⃫7⃫3⃫5⃫
  • Label Code: LC 01701

Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Snapper IPR Ltd
  • Copyright (c) – Snapper IPR Ltd
  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media GmbH – AF86660

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Technicians of the Sacred is the fifteenth studio album by English progressive rock band Ozric Tentacles, released on 11 May 2015 by Snapper Music's Madfish label. The album is the band's first double length album since Erpland. Ed Wynne guitars, synthesizers, programming, production, engineering. Silas Neptune keyboards. Brandi Wynne bass. Balázs Szende drums. Paul Hankin percussion. Ozric Tentacles. Technicians of the Sacred. The Orchard Music от лица. Ozric Tentacles - The Floor's Too Far Away 2006. Technicians of the Sacred - Ozric Tentacles. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Technicians Of The Sacred is a music studio album recording by OZRIC TENTACLES PsychedelicSpace RockProgressive Rock released in 2015 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. As soon as I read a review of this Ozric Tentacles, 2015, Technicians of the Sacred, referring to their use of electronic keyboards as their weapon of choice on this new release, well, it caught my attention. Technicians of the Sacred Ozric Tentacles. Your Rating. Overview . Band Name Ozric Tentacles. Album Name Technicians of the Sacred. Type Album. Released date 11 May 2015. Labels Self-Released. Other productions from Ozric Tentacles. Paper Monkeys. Listen free to Ozric Tentacles Technicians of the Sacred The High Pass, Butterfly Garden and more. 11 tracks 89:14. Ozric Tentacles Technicians of the Sacred 2015, Full Album. Duration: 89:20 File type: mp3. Complete your Ozric Tentacles collection. This album will give you reminders of the Ozric past, but they also try on new things. For example, while many familiar sound sounds and timbres are found, they try new sounds. One of them this spacy gliding synth sound on Zingbong. Not if Technicians of the Sacred for the last couple of weeks seldom left my CD player. This really comes highly recommended Responder Notifícame 3 Helpful

Ozric Tentacles - Technicians Of The Sacred
Performer: Ozric Tentacles
Genre: Rock
Title: Technicians Of The Sacred
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 11 May 2015
Style: Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock
MP3 album: 1572 mb
FLAC album: 1226 mb
Source: 2 × CD, Album
№ Cat: SMACD1015
Label: Madfish

IGOT
This may just be as damn near perfect as possible for mere humans. Every track is strong, with Zingbong, Switchback and Zenlike Creature as standouts.
Spilberg
Very, very strong release. The best Ozric Tentacles I'd heard in ages. It's nearly flawless, and in those rare occasions a track goes into a dip and you start to think "meh" for a minute, it then just blooms into something wonderful.
It's awesome to see Wynne reestablish OT as the best Space-Rock outfit this side of Gong.
Dibei
This is by far the finest album the Ozrics had done in a long time, by far the best with Brandi on board. I kept listening to this and it simply blows me away. Ed, Brandi and Silas teamed up with Hungarian drummer Balazs Szende and (surprisingly) Paul Hankin. The cover is reminiscent of Blim, reminding me of Erpland. The music often has a more grand and epic scope to it than on Paper Monkeys, with a more laid-back approach, percussion and drums more in the background than usual, some people would think this is a bit more subdued, but the band hadn't forgotten to rock. This album will give you reminders of the Ozric past, but they also try on new things. For example, while many familiar sound sounds and timbres are found, they try new sounds. One of them this spacy gliding synth sound on "Zingbong". There's this strange violin experiment on "The Unusual Village" (it could very well be a synth approximating a violin as no one is credited to violin), and most of all nice female vocal chants on "Butterfly Garden" and "Changa Masala". This is packed full of great stuff like "The High Pass", "Far Memory", "Changa Masala", "Zingbong", "Switchback", "Epiphlioy" and "Zenlike Creature". The second disc is a bit less accessible, because it has a couple of slower piece cuts, like "The Unusual Village" and "Rubbing Shoulders with the Absolute", but they started revealing themselves after a few listens. "Zingbong" features a nice Asian vibe going one, those gliding synths as mentioned before, and some reggae. "Epiphlioy" has a Strangeitude vibe going on, thanks to a Turkish stringed instrument called a Saz (that Silas is credited to here). "Zenlike Creature" is a totally amazing closing piece, with some amazing guitar and synth passages. I couldn't have thought of a better way to close an album than that!

It's been a long time since I've been this enthused about a new Ozric release. I had to listen to this numerous times before developing a solid opinion. This one just kept sounding better and better with every listen! I know a few will feel that if it has Brandi on it, it can't be any good, but I don't see it that way. Not if Technicians of the Sacred for the last couple of weeks seldom left my CD player. This really comes highly recommended!