No. The music is great anyway and those little details merely enhance it. The only track I could have done without is Vedavox, a three minute journey to the Far East, which works mainly as a bridge between the two parts of the album.
Ozric Tentacles (also known as The Ozrics) are an English instrumental rock band, whose music incorporates elements from a diverse range of genres, including psychedelic rock, progressive rock, space rock, jazz fusion, electronic music, dub music, world music, and ambient music. Formed in Somerset in 1983, the band has released over 30 albums selling over a million copies worldwide despite never having signed to a major recording label
You might have to make an exception for The Floor's Too Far Away, though. Without getting downright bad, the follow-up to Spirals gets too generic in some places, and too Eat Static in others. The biggest offenders are "Jellylips" and "Splat!," two dancefloor-ready, thumping techno tracks that seem to have chosen the wrong album to land on; they clearly belong to Ed Wynne's more electronic guises. On the other hand, there are a handful of very good pieces.
Ozric Tentacles make another excellent album. regardless of the band line-up being really unstable for the last couple of years, the music is still fantastic. and infact, there is something here for every Ozric Tentacles fan. there are times when this album sounds like the pre-record-label tapes, times when it sounds like Erpland and Strangeitude, times when it sounds like. Jurassic Shift, Become The Other, Waterfall Cities and times when it sounds like Spirals In Hyperspace
Melodic Rock AOR. Wanted Album.
Ozric Tentacles WaterFall Cities. Album, 1999, Self-Produced. Remix C. arious Artists. Remixed Ozric songs with a dance flavor. 1. Strangeitude - (Eat Static remix).