8 thoughts on “ Vibuthi - Ozric Tentacles - Become The Other (CD, Album)

  1. Become the Other, released in marks two milestones in the band's career. First, it was their first album to feature drummer Rad and keyboardist Seaweed (both apparently members of Damidge, a band that featured Roly Wynne, himself an ex-Ozric, who sadly took his own life at the end of )/5(18).
  2. Become the other marks a turning point in the album and perhaps in the Ozrics career. On the surface it is easy and soothing to listen to, but it also seems to show a great weeriness. From now on, the Ozrics are going to take it easy and not push themselves too hard, like wise old men. Vibuthi is another Middle Eastern track and is also very good/5(9).
  3. Jun 18,  · edited over 9 years ago. referencing Become The Other, CD, Album, DOVE CD 8. Become the Other is probably the most controversial Ozrics album. Right after the recording of Arborescence, Merv and Joie decided to leave the band and were soon replaced by Rad and Seaweed /5().
  4. Jun 18,  · Become the Other is probably the most controversial Ozrics album. Right after the recording of Arborescence, Merv and Joie decided to leave the band and were soon replaced by Rad and Seaweed respectively/5(55).
  5. The band's first release after Merv Pepler and Joie Hinton left to form Eat Static, 'Become The Other' still possesses the cool, psychedelic spare rock of it's predecessors. With hints of techno, psybient and world music, the album kicks off with some fine guitar and bass on 'Cat DNA', followed by the atmospherics of 'Ahu Belahu' and 'Ghedengi'.Brand: Kscope Import.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Become the Other - Ozric Tentacles on AllMusic -
  7. Become the Other is an Ozrics album recorded following a mild disruption to the band's lineup, with some members leaving to form Eat Static. I suppose it's understandable, then, that the group decided to say in comparatively safe territory - albeit with a few more dance music influences than usual - to ease in the new band members.
  8. Become the Other is an Ozrics album recorded following a mild disruption to the band's lineup, with some members leaving to form Eat Static. I suppose it's understandable, then, that the group decided to say in comparatively safe territory - albeit with a few more dance music influences than usual - to ease in the new band members/5(10).

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