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Boomkat Product Review:
If you've recovered from the Vampires Of Dartmoor's heavy slug of Krautsider exotica on Finders Keepers the other week, you'll probably be in the right frame of mind to take on their next mind bending trip on 'Science Fiction Dance Party'. This is the followup to 'Vampires...' coming from the same pair of near-mythical composers, Horst Ackerman and Heribert Thusek, seeing them make a trajectory from from earth bound horror soundtracks to outer space psychedelia with a similar amount of B-Music tropes from blazing horns to melted synths and crazy studio FX conceptually applied to something altogether more Kosmiche. The pair of Ackerman/Thusek have strong Krautrock credentials with Thusek also being a regular player on the jazz circuit as well as recording with Kraut luminaries such as Klaus Weiss (Niagara) and Sigi Schwab (Embryo) for library labels like Golden Ring., and Ackerman holding down a career as a comedian on German radio. Paralelling the space rock compositions of Jean-Jacques Perrey and the slightly earlier experiments of Joe Meek, this album is a microcosm of all these influences, from comedy to experimentalism to skilled jazz playing with a Krautrock ambition, making for a serious head rush out of this planet. With track titles like 'Visitors Of A.D. 2022', 'Hit Parade In The Light Year 25', 'The Whistling Astronaut' and 'Man Out Of A Test Tube' you should already be clearing some space for this on your shelves somewhere in between the rest of your Finders Keepers schallplatten and your 'White Noise' LP. They do the work, so we don't have to, brilliant!!!