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Here's an album from Cope-endorsed psych weirdsters The Leg, who take a modern outsider approach to the pastoral British psychedelia of the '60s to make a weird, repetitive, deranged mish-mash of bright, hypnotic melodies and folksy textures. It's psychedelic weirdness without any washes of fuzz and scree obscuring its basic pop heart, or indeed the sophistication of its arrangements, with f ...

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An Eagle To Saturn by The Leg
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 01 May 2012

Here's an album from Cope-endorsed psych weirdsters The Leg, who take a modern outsider approach to the pastoral British psychedelia of the '60s to make a weird, repetitive, deranged mish-mash of bright, hypnotic melodies and folksy textures. It's psychedelic weirdness without any washes of fuzz and scree obscuring its basic pop heart, or indeed the sophistication of its arrangements, with fuzzy bass rubbing up against dramatic strings and reedy Dave Brock-esque vocals for a driving and absorbing excursion into the psychedelic tempest, from plaintive neoclassical passages to exuberant, pounding riffing. Kind of a ballsier take on that Fruits De Mer sound, with a snotty, disaffected Syd Barrett feel. Cool record.


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