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Remember The Future

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The re-release of Nektar's U.S. breakthrough album, Remember the Future, was issued after the band had been slogging it out on the road for years — most notably with Hawkwind. Remember the Future is a sprawling, gargantuan work that is essentially one composition in two parts — issued on vinyl, it's split almost in the middle to accommodate the format. In many ways, and despite its length and wild excesses, it is the most accessible album Nektar ever released. One can hear the knotty, overdriven prog lines in most of it, but there is also pop and even traces of funk, and the boogie rock à la the Grateful Dead in parts. The disc drove critics nuts because they didn't get it. It is as ambitious as Tales From Topographic Oceans and has vocal harmonies that are akin to both the Beach Boys and the Doobie Brothers in it! If this sounds like a mess, that's because it is, but it's a wonderful mess, one full of airy textures, loopy instrumental interludes, and gently psychedelic tropes. The tough, metallic-edged guitar and basslines are almost absent here, but that's okay, too; because what is in its place is one of the most unique records ever to come out of the 1970s. The remastered version is a 5.1 surround sound remix and includes a SACD layer. The sound is breathtaking, crystalline, and warm. Also, the new issue includes three bonus track, an abridged version of the "Remember the Future" suite that, at nine-minutes-and-51-seconds, was a kind of hit on West German radio, and two radio promo single edits of the "Let It Grow," and "Lovely Roads" sections. Complete lyrics and bio are also present in the liners.


Se formó en: 1969 en England

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '00s, '10s

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 several new CDs and appearing at various progressive music festivals. Allan Freeman (keyboards, vocals),...
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