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Ozric Tentacles - There Is Nothing mp3 album

Ozric Tentacles - There Is Nothing mp3 album Performer: Ozric Tentacles
Title: There Is Nothing
Style: Dub, Space Rock, Ambient
Date of release: 1986
Country: UK
Size MP3: 1601 mb
Size FLAC: 1338 mb
Rating: 4.3
Format: VOX MP3 DTS AHX FLAC AA AIFF

Complete your Ozric Tentacles collection. There is Nothing is their third studio cassette (they also released a live cassette during this time period). Like their previous releases, the earliest release of There is Nothing came with a black cassette, and a standard paper inlay, which was then later issued in a glossy green inlay and yellow (and later, clear) cassette. The Ozrics really made a big leap in musical quality with this one. As good as their previous releases were, room for improvements were needed, and this certainly is in the right direction.

This is the 2015 2LP version. The original release on black cassette, non-glossy inlay. Later pressings came with glossy green inlay and yellow cassette, and later on, clear cassette. back cover says: Front artwork by ED Dovetail records Madfishmusic. com LC 0 Snapper IPR Ltd. 2015 Snapper IPR Ltd. Made in Germany.

Band Name Ozric Tentacles. Album Name There Is Nothing. 版公司 Self-Released Snapper Music. 14. There is Nothing.

Ozric Tentacles (also known as The Ozrics) are an English instrumental rock band, whose music incorporates elements from a diverse range of genres, including psychedelic rock, progressive rock, space rock, jazz fusion, electronic music, dub music, world music, and ambient music. Formed in Somerset in 1983, the band has released over 30 albums selling over a million copies worldwide despite never having signed to a major recording label

This album has an average beat per minute of 141 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 83/179 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist There Is Nothing. BPM Profile There Is Nothing. Album starts at 179BPM, ends at 127BPM (-52), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Ozric Tentacles. Technicians of the Sacred.

Artist: Ozric Tentacles. Album: There Is Nothing, 2015. A1. The Sacred Turf 3:14 A2.

There Is Nothing (also known as "the green one") is the fourth of Ozric Tentacles ' first six independent releases on cassette, each one with a different background color. Released by the band in 1986, it was reissued on CD by Dovetail Records in 1994. Of these first releases, this album is one of the best: good selection of songs, good sound, strong performance. Only a couple of tracks sport poor sound quality (unless it was intentional in the case of "Thrashing Breath Texture"). Tracks are slightly shorter than usual, with only two pieces reaching ten minutes

Is There Is Nothing the best album by Ozric Tentacles? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Ozric Tentacles - There Is Nothing - Ozric Tentacles CD 68VG The Fast Free Condition: Very Good. Time left: 1d 14h 20m 5s. Ships to: Worldwide. OZRIC TENTACLES ~ THERE IS NOTHING, LIVE ETHEREAL CEREAL ~ 2 X CD SET Condition: Very Good. Time left: 6d 4h 11m 7s.

Tracklist

The Sacred Turf 3:14
0-I 4:42
Jabular 3:52
Staring At The Moon 4:47
Airy Area 3:49
Travelling The Great Circle 4:05
Imhotep 11:56
Thrashing Breath Texture 3:31
Crab Nebula 5:39
Lull Your Skull 3:01
Invisible Carpet 5:47
The Eternal Wheel 9:53
Kola B'pep 6:36
There Is Nothing 1:19

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Ozric Tentacles There Is Nothing ‎(Cass, Album) Not On Label (Ozric Tentacles Self-Released) none UK 1986
OT 4 Ozric Tentacles There Is Nothing ‎(Cass, Album) Not On Label (Ozric Tentacles Self-released) OT 4 UK 1986
OT 4 Ozric Tentacles There Is Nothing ‎(Cass, Album) Not On Label (Ozric Tentacles Self-Released) OT 4 UK 1986
DOVE OT 4 Ozric Tentacles There Is Nothing ‎(CD, Album) Dovetail Records DOVE OT 4 UK 1993
OTCD-02010501 Ozric Tentacles There Is Nothing ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Ozric Tentacles) OTCD-02010501 Russia 2000
SMALP1042 Ozric Tentacles There Is Nothing ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Madfish SMALP1042 Germany 2015


User reviews
Yahm
There is Nothing is their third studio cassette (they also released a live cassette during this time period). Like their previous releases, the earliest release of There is Nothing came with a black cassette, and a standard paper inlay, which was then later issued in a glossy green inlay and yellow (and later, clear) cassette.The Ozrics really made a big leap in musical quality with this one. As good as their previous releases were, room for improvements were needed, and this certainly is in the right direction. Here you get the original "O-I". It's still very recognizable to the one on Pungent Effulgent. "The Sacred Turf" is just an amazing rocker, with Ed's unbelievable guitar playing. "Jabular" features electronic percussion and spacy synths. The band records the most amount of reggae numbers than anything they ever done before or since with "Staring at the Moon", "Crab Nebula", and parts of "Kola B'Pep". Of course, you will never mistake this for Bob Marley, it's still Ozric space rock. I understood why the band would venture in to reggae on occasions was because they liked how their audiences were hopping when they performed one of these pieces live. There's also the original "Eternal Wheel", which is so very unrecognizable from the one on Erpland. This one is very dominated by electronic percussion, and it's only the synth part that you can even recognize it from the one on Erpland. Another great improvement with this release was they finally got their mixing done right, so it's easier to hear all the instruments properly. I got a feeling someone taught them how to use a mixing board properly or they simply had the funds to buy a better one. On Erpsongs and Tantric Obstacles, the drums were often too in the front, and Roly's bass playing couldn't always be heard. Not here. They finally got it where it sounds more professional. Drums where they are supposed to be, to support the rhythm section and not sound so up front, and Roly's bass playing can be heard much easier, sometimes done where it's heard up front, especially when he played fretless bass.The band started witnessing some lineup changes shortly after the release of this cassette. Original drummer Tig (Nick van Gelder) had left, to be replaced by Merv Pepler and John Egan who helped the Ozrics release some of their finest material ever.This was the very first ever Ozric cassette-era release I ever tried, I bought this as a CD reissue on Dovetail back in 1997, just as I started up my Ozric collection. Now I own the true original cassette. Anyways, I never regretted buying this, and while Sliding Gliding Worlds is considered their best cassette, you can't go wrong with There is Nothing.
Opilar
Maybe it'd be nice to start adding that information to these releases, to preserve it? Just a helluva lot of [Uncredited] to use!
Anararius
I had seen that link before myself because I do visit the Ozrics website and message board (although I don't post anything there). I have always suspected that their early cassette albums did not always feature full band involvement. For example, the use of drum machines that obviously don't sound like it's done by a real drummer (be it Nick van Gelder or Merv), or heavily electronic pieces (such as "Tidal Otherness" from Erpsongs) that had very little band involvement. I wondered who was doing the flute on There is Nothing, I couldn't believe it was Roly! I knew it couldn't be John since he hadn't joined the band yet.
Macage
Even though I'm not the biggest fan of this particular cassette, taste is taste. However, recently Brandi made the true performing lineups of each tune of the tapes known on the Ozrics messageboard. Apparently Roly performed on just a few of the tape tracks. The information is available here: http://ozrics.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=general&action=display&thread=1338