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Intergalactic Dada & Space Trombones

by Radar Men From The Moon

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Thomas Adams
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Thomas Adams Instrumentals in for the long haul. Elastic stoner space rock with heavy psych tendencies. Favorite track: The People Who Stay On Earth Will Explode.
Sargent Signals
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Sargent Signals File Under : Space/Desert Rock...
Tracks 3 and 5 are Instrumental...
Track 1 would be a great start for a College Radio Space Rock Show... Just saying... Favorite track: Intergalactic Dada & Space Trombones.
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___Jaguar Rich and pure space rock. One for the ages. Favorite track: The People Who Stay On Earth Will Explode.
David Yvinec
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David Yvinec On board of this "spaceship of the future," be ready for "inconceivable adventures." Groovy wave of sounds, this album sounds to me as if "The early universe rang with the sound of countless cosmic bells, which filled the primordial darkness with ripples like the surface of a pond pounded by stones." [quote from a science article] ... Favorite track: Space Colonists.
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D Nash If Pink Floyd were men and not mice!
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The Wire 09:21
Moonjuice 06:34


released July 15, 2011


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Radar Men From The Moon Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Radar Men From The Moon is an experimental group from Eindhoven (NL) associated with the modern psych-rock scene. RMFTM’s music is known to change with every album. With the addition of a second drummer and vocalist, their new album, ‘The Bestial Light’, out May 8th 2020 via Fuzz Club Records, has evolved into something they call ‘Acid Metal’; a blend of heavy rhythms and post-punk sharpness. ... more


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