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  • A Madfish label mid-price digipak reissue of Ozric Tentacles ' classic studio release. Combining ambient landscapes with freeform experiments, virtuouso grooves and psychedelic-tinged progressive rock, Erpland is considered by many fans to be one of the Ozrics' finest albums. CD in digipak with 4 page booklet.
  • Formed around a camp fire at the Stonehenge Free Festival in , the Ozric Tentacles built a cult following, mesmerizing their audience with psychedelic, ambient, cosmic soundscapes. Embracing rave culture with new age, hippy principles, the band created a kaleidoscope of dreamy, tie-dyed, jazz-tinged, spacey sounds, and found particular kinship with the Glastonbury Festival.
  • History The Cassette Years: – Ozric Tentacles formed at the Stonehenge Free Festival in , where the brothers Ed and Roly Wynne, along with drummer Nick "Tig" Van Gelder and keyboardist Joie Hinton, performed as a group originally known as Bolshem People. After playing a six-hour jam session, the group was asked the name of their band, to which Ed Wynne replied, "Ozric Tentacles".
  • Ozric Tentacles have formulated an updated strand of progressive rock for the rave generation, combining all the quirky melodrama and advanced musicianship of the s fusion with the spacey, dance-floor Nirvana of the 90s. () bucolic blend of progressive rock, English rural psychedelica meshed with umpteen strands of world music ().
  • ERPLAND (originally a double LP) is the Ozric Tentacles' first CD proper and sets the tone for the records that follow. Let the wizard lead you throughout these uncharted lands, across the rainbow-splashed peninsula on the cover, as you bask in the radioactive glow of "Eternal Wheel," tumbling to and fro on a river of bubbling sequencers and cybertronic kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfo: $
  • Ozric Tentacles bridges the gap between the two worlds perfectly. The sound is airy, swirling, colorful, and spacey. There are a lot of keyboard and synthesizer jams, the guitar solos are reminiscent of Pink Floyd. Sometimes the music rocks out, sometimes it wanders down more ethereal pathways/5(75).
  • In June , Recall reissued two early-'90s Ozric Tentacles releases on one disc. While Erpland had originally appeared through Alex in , and was then reissued by Snapper in , Jurassic Shift was an IRS product from
  • Listen free to Ozric Tentacles – Erpland (Eternal Wheel, Toltec Spring and more). 12 tracks (). With a perfectly blended fusion of numerous musical styles and ideas, the Ozrics elevate consciousness and open the spaces on their sophomore post-cassette outing (which includes a re-recorded "Eternal Wheel," originally laid down in the cassette days).