Anekdoten - Nucleus


Year of Release: 1995
Label: self-released
Catalog Number: Virta 002
Format: CD
Total Time: 47:18:00

To be on the safe side one can always place this album next to King Crimson's Red yet this album will not only please lovers of avant-garde but songs like "Nucleus," "Rubankh," "Harvest" and "This Far From The Sky" will certainly score with fans of grunge as well. Like Happy Family, Anekdoten knows how to create a surprisingly aggressive sound. From a fierce sound Anekdoten suddenly switches towards modest parts as in "Here" where next to a wall of mellotron sound real violin and real cello bring the calm back bit by bit. If you see what an important role a band like King Crimson has played over the years then you certainly have to take a note of Anekdoten.


Tracklisting:
Nucleus (5:08) / Harvest (6:58) / Book of Hours (9:58) / Raft (0:58) / Rubankh (3:07) / Here (7:23) / This Far From The Sky (8:47) / In Freedom (6:27)

Musicians:
Peter Nordins - percussion
Jan Erik Liljeström - bass and vocals
Nicklas Berg - guitar, Rhodes, clavinet, pumporgan, mellotron, and vocals
Anna Sofi Dahlberg - cello, mellotron, and voice
Helena Killander - violin
Tommy Anderson - Rhodes (2)

Discography:
Vemod (1991)
Nucleus (1995)
Official Bootleg: Live in Japan (1998)
From Within (1999)
Gravity (2003)
A Time Of Day (2007)

Genre: Progressive Rock

Origin SE

Added: July 1st 2000
Reviewer: John "Bobo" Bollenberg

Artist website: www.anekdoten.se
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Language: english

  

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