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120 Days

Sleepwalking

120 Days
As part of these Norwegians' mind-melting dreamscape valium drip of

a debut album, "Sleepwalking" is merely a three-minute, 28-second digression among much longer workouts where their psychedelic muscles are flexed a little better.



Listening to it on its own, though, it seems a perfect introduction to Norway's post-Kraut dreamers. It sounds almost like Martin Hannett dropping a drum machine into the Baltic Sea, and lucidly captures the semi-transcendental experience of seeing them at a live show, which, let's face it, everyone should do at least once in their lives.

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