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Recycle Countdown - Nektar - Recycled (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jul 17,  · Vinyl records were created decades ago, with the first developed around the time of , according to 78RPM. Records were the only way to listen to recorded music until cassette tapes became available. Early vinyl records spun at an rpm speed of 78 until when 45 .
  2. Nektar's Recycled presents an absolutely electrifying first side joined at the hip with an extremely pedestrian second side. The first half of the album (from Recycle to Unendless Imagination?) is a demented thrill-ride through a nightmare future of "recycled energy" and runaway entropy, which I could listen to over and over again; the second side is a set of rather pedestrian songs about.
  3. NEKTAR › Recycled. Embed NEKTAR. Recycled. Purple Pyramid US. Format: limited splattered vinyl LP + insert Cat: PRLE Released: 05 Mar 20 Genre: Rock. Add to Wishlist Add to Cart "Cybernetic Consumption" () 3. "Recycle Countdown" () 4. "Automaton Horrorscope" () 5. "Recycling" () 6. "Flight To Reality" () 7.
  4. ''Down to Earth''was a huge letdown for Prog fans, another straightforward Rock album by Nektar, which still sold pretty henmorrhuconehiswolfmarpisavrabis.xyzinfo next one ''Recycled'', mostly dealing with forms of energy and ecological issues, shows a turn towards their much more interesting progressive henmorrhuconehiswolfmarpisavrabis.xyzinfo fans should regard split tracks as a story to essentially capture the spirit of the album, which is not on par.
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  6. Recycled, an Album by Nektar. Released in on Passport (catalog no. PPS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock.
  7. Sep 25,  · The original Recycled album was and is still a masterpiece of progressive rock of the mid 70's. The album was an obsession of mine for years, the first side of the album was so unique in Nektar's own way of creating a story to unfold like RTF, This reminds me of the original Remember The Future cd which mistakenly used tapes that were inferior /5(34).
  8. While the instrumental alliances that take place throughout Recycled aren't nearly as solid as on Journey to the Center of the Eye or Remember the Future, the album still harbors some of Nektar's intergalactic progressive rock penchants, although a slight decline in the band's cohesion is apparent. Guitarist Roy Albrighton lacks his usual gusto on most of the tracks, but tends to show signs of.
  9. The original Recycled album was and is still a masterpiece of progressive rock of the mid 70's. The album was an obsession of mine for years, the first side of the album was so unique in Nektar's own way of creating a story to unfold like RTF, This reminds me of the original Remember The Future cd which mistakenly used tapes that were inferior /5(34).

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