THE CLASSIC 1999 ALBUM THAT REPRESENTED THE OZRICS' PROGRESSION IN TO ELECTRONICA - NOW ON MID-PRICE CD
"This is an album to treasure - it'll surprise you at every turn" Joel McIver (Record Collector)
One of the most influential bands to emerge from the UKs festival scene, the Ozrics layer ambient and ethereal landscapes with freeform dub trips, incredible rave grooves and psychedelic progressive rock. Its an open exploration of music and the soul.
For over 30 years, the Ozrics have experienced the vicissitudes of the rock and roll life. The band has flourished through several line-up changes, spawned several side projects, created their own record label, scored a hit record and sold over a million albums world-wide. And yet, the basic motivation behind the bands existence has never wavered.
Their signature blend of hippy aesthetics and raver electronics with spiraling guitars, textured waves of keyboard and midi samplers, and super-groovy bass and drum rhythms continues to delight fans across the world to this day.
Originally released in September 1999, Waterfall Cities was a giant leap forward for the band, taking a more obvious step into electronica, whilst still managing to retain their unique sound. An explosion of keyboards, acid squelches and blistering guitar passages, the musical and technical brilliance of the Ozrics comes to the fore in strange and unexpected ways on this album. Released as a mid-price CD in a digipack packaging complete with a 4-page booklet.
- Coily ( 07:19 )
- Xingu ( 07:27 )
- Waterfall City ( 11:03 )
- Ch'Ai ? ( 05:03 )
- Spiralmind ( 11:40 )
- Sultana Detrii ( 09:17 )
- Aura Borealis ( 05:40 )