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First Stage Zoltan

LP (Item 627156) Cineploit (Austria), 2012 — Condition: New Copy
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There's a massive amount of keyboards pictured on the inside cover of the album – which you can hear to great effect in the music of Zoltan! The group's clearly inspired by the sound of 70s soundtracks – and maybe a bit of 80s, too – especially the John Carpenter-type of film score that was often heavy on keyboards, used in really spare and spooky ways! Moogy moments mix with Yamaha, Juno, Jupiter, and other electrified lines – held fast by some firm funky beats and raw guitar riffs – and recorded beautifully with just the right sort of vintage sound! You could easily play the whole album as the score for one of your favorite slasher films from back in the day – and our hat's off to Zoltan for getting the sound so right. Titles include "Canali Replica", "Windowless Monad", "Pilman Radiant", "Krollspell"," The Tall Man", and "Black Iron Prison". (Super-heavy vinyl!)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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