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Everyone's favourite Japanese cosmic rock oddballs Acid Mothers Temple are back again this week with a new one on Important. 'Astrorgasm from the Inner Space' it's called. They're an eight-piece this time round, notably featuring original vocalist Cotton Casino, and there are four lengthy jams on this CD, which opens with the epic 'Dark Star Blues', a cosmic rock slow-builder that grows into a mon ...

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Astrorgasm From The Inner Space by Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 22 May 2014
Everyone's favourite Japanese cosmic rock oddballs Acid Mothers Temple are back again this week with a new one on Important. 'Astrorgasm from the Inner Space' it's called. They're an eight-piece this time round, notably featuring original vocalist Cotton Casino, and there are four lengthy jams on this CD, which opens with the epic 'Dark Star Blues', a cosmic rock slow-builder that grows into a monolithic doom riffer complete with an extended ear-bleeding Kawabata Makoto shred solo that'll send you into astral nirvana.   Second track 'Pleasure Mantra of Sorrows' is quite a spiritual and melodic piece, full of soft synth drones, gentle acoustic guitar twiddling, ghostly vocal melodies and some weird crackling synth pulses coming in and out in the foreground to make sure things don't get too relaxing. It's like a restless, feverish dream you'd have if you ate an entire tub of ice cream just before bed. 'Kiss in The Tangerine Dream House' changes tack once again and shows off a big '60s psych influence with a repetitive east-meets-west riff with cute unison vocals and some Hawkwind electronic swoops and whooshes.   Finally 'Astrorgasm From The Inner Space' plays us out with drones and gongs and weird backwards percussion details taking us out into deep space for a simmeringly understated and thoroughly bonged out ride which kicks into a krautrock groove halfway through but never approaches the raw violence of the opener. It's a good record, four very different sides of Acid Mothers Temple on display here.

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