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Fooz

Fooz

Fooz


Formation in 1995. Labelisation in 2001. Separation in 2002. As much to say that the hour of glory of Fooz will particularly quickly have been passed… One dared more nothing to hope of this Spanish quartet after unexpected Split the day before their European round 2002, which was judicious to support their first homonymous album left one year earlier at quite as Spanish label Alone Records. And yet, in 2005, Fooz is reproduced indeed on the list of the artists Alone Records. Read more on Last.fm
Formation in 1995. Labelisation in 2001. Separation in 2002. As much to say that the hour of glory of Fooz will particularly quickly have been passed… One dared more nothing to hope of this Spanish quartet after unexpected Split the day before their European round 2002, which was judicious to support their first homonymous album left one year earlier at quite as Spanish label Alone Records. And yet, in 2005, Fooz is reproduced indeed on the list of the artists Alone Records.

By which miracle? None… It is right which the group, undoubtedly corroded by the remord to have left its supporters on their hunger, had the idea to carry out a EP joining together 6 acoustic titles. It is there that the miracle intervenes, since “Fooz II: Space Is Dark… It Is So Endless” gathers finally 16 pieces. Dissection of miraculés in question: 6 acoustics planned for the EP, the 8 titles of the first album in original mixing, and 3 news to crown the whole. There, you will complain that that made 17 and not 16; well considering: the last 2 titles of the preceding album, “HiFooz” and “Mixhole Masterdoom”, were aggregate in only one and single 16th track. With final, not far 80 very goûteuses minutes which ravel without one realizing some. The principal explanation to this phenomenon lies in the eclecticism of Fooz II, which ignites gradually and intermittently while opening and being completed by quiet accoustics, to leave place, the air of nothing, with interludes much more electric with the riffs more fuzzy and psychedelic, often marked by a rather strong tendency to (space…) jam, the whole is not without pointing out the style of Dutch (feus) 7zuma7, which them also gave in scrapes dries besides.

These two groups also in common have certain sources of inspiration like Hawkwind or Pink Floyd, to which Fooz brilliantly pays homage with the respective resumptions of “Space Is Deep” (which engages the album) and “Astronomy Domine”. The best demonstration of this eclecticism must be “Flower' S One Me”, piece with sonorities clearly rétros (limit hippie), on which the singular presence of a mélotron can let to us think that the group does not hate either Doors… From beginning to end, this disc is a treat on which titles with very different resonances, are however connected with a disconcerting harmony. This pretty wafer, by its diversity, should fill as well the beginner as the amateur of space rock'n'roll. In 16 titles, it will completely summarize with the beginner the multiple variations which this musical style can take; while it will be satisfied to recall them to the amateur, under their best day which more is… Fooz ll - space is dark… it is so endless in three words: simple, planing, sinusoidal. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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