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Album Review

Fortunately, this is not one of these Kosmische Kuriere albums that made the cosmic (kosmischen) to the odd (komischen) couriers in the German music press. Like other LPs of the label, it has a science-fiction concept, telling of an interplanetary visitor on a mission to earth. Maybe a little naïve and dreamy today, but different from some labelmates. The musicians are competent and there are perceptible song structures. Dreamlab contains floating, mainly calm and relaxed music. A part of the album was used for the film The Superspider. Often echoes of guitar and flute define the meter and are accompanied by Mellotron sounds. Like on the first LP, effects on voice and drums are frequently used.


Formed: Berlin, Germany

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Mythos did not reach the popularity of contemporary bands like Tangerine Dream or Ash Ra Tempel, which were founded in Berlin in the late '60s, too. Though with time, some of the albums have developed as classics and are reissued periodically. Different from other Krautrockers which elaborated a unique teutonic sound, Mythos, in part, had similarities with British and American bands and mixed the influences with their own music. Although the band has changed musical direction with time, there is...
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Dreamlab, Mythos
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  • 11,99 лв
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 1975

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