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Roadwork Vol. 5

Motorpsycho

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1
Ship of Fools
Motorpsycho
14:53
2
Sleepwalking
Motorpsycho
2:03
3
Lacuna/Sunrise
Motorpsycho
24:25
4
Manmower
Motorpsycho
12:26
5
Köln
Motorpsycho
11:07
6
Un Chien D'espace
Motorpsycho
30:46
7
Taifun
Motorpsycho
16:59
Total Playing Time    1:52:39
New drummer Tomas Järmyr had only been in the band for 3 months when The Tower was recorded in March 2017, and it was a re-energised band that spent the following summer learning how to play selections from the vast back catalog and getting ready for the tour ahead. Kristoffer Lo (guitar, keyboards, vocals) was added to the line-up for greater flexibility and to stir the pot even more thoroughly. This volume follows in the tradition of the others, by focusing on the improvisational and experimental side of the band, taking bigger collective chances than ever before, re-imagining songs, stretching them, turning them inside out, and taking them places they´ve never been before. There are a number of truly outstanding selections here, cherry-picked by Snah and Järmyr.
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