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Boomkat Product Review:
A listen through the first part of the Rated O triptych reveals a restlessly experimental band, evoking the more unruly elements of Tortoise records whilst referencing the improv-embellished rhythmic tightness of Can whilst coating the production in a caramelised noise-rock glaze. Moving onto the second disc and some of the more overbearingly distorted elements are subdued to reveal the band's free-roaming krautrock-influenced rumble. This second part would have been a pretty dandy Oneida album in its own right, but we're not stopping there, so onto the final disc and it's wigout time: the mighty 'O' is a space-raga based upon soaring guitar and sitar duels whilst twenty-minute improv instrumental 'Folk Wisdom' shows off the rhythm section's considerable prowess whilst piling on Acid Mothers style electronics and guitar textures, always taking care not to deviate from its staunchly motorik groove.