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2012-08-24 12:10:47 UTC

Going by the enigmatic code name 35007 [ " loose " spelled upside down ] Dutch musicians

Michel Boekhoudt [ bass ] Bertus Fridael [ guitar ] Sander Evers [ drums ] Mark Sponselee [ guitar, bass, drums, synths, effects ]

perform ambient trance-groove music of a predominantly instrumental design. Secretive by nature, the group rarely performs live, and when it does, it’s usually with the help of a visual specialist to provide a truly multimedia and multi-sensory experience.

Both their 1994 debut, Especially for You, and its 1997 follow-up, 35007, interspersed occasional vocal tracks amidst the prevalent instrumentals, but even these were summarily abandoned on subsequent releases like 2001’s Sea of Tranquility EP and 2002’s full-length Liquid.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- They played an amazing blend of stoner- and space-rock. The first two albums are with a singer, from 1997 onwards they rocked on purely instrumental. They got improved with every release, and especially [Phase V ] and [ Liquid and the Sea Of Tranquillity EP ] are just fantastic trips into the cosmic vastness of the innerworld. Any serious soundspace-psychonaut cannot afford to miss out!!

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Artist - 35007 Album - Especially for You Release Date - 1994 Genre - Stoner rock, Space rock, Psychedelic-rock, psychedelic Tracklist 1 Zandbak 2 Cosmic Messenger 3 Basiculo Ad Cunnum 4 Suave 5 Bad Altitude 6 The Elephant Song 7 U-Mu:M'Nu 8 Water -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35007 - Especially for You -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - 35007 Album - Into The Void We Travelled Release Date - 1997 Genre - Stoner rock, Space rock, Psychedelic-rock, psychedelic Tracklist 1 Herd 5:44 2 Soulmachine 4:00 3 Short Sharp Left 5:27 4 Undo 7:35 5 Big Bore 4:19 6 Vein 4:51 7 66 5:15 8 Powertruth 6:14 9 Locker / Zero 21 15:53 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35007 - Into The Void We Travelled -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - 35007 Album - Sea of Tranquillity Release Date - 2001 Genre - Stoner rock, Space rock, Psychedelic-rock, psychedelic, Instrumental Tracklist 1 Von Braun 5:16 2 Artificial Intelligence 6:01 3 Sea of Tranquillity 8:54 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35007 - Sea of Tranquillity -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - 35007 Album - Liquid Release Date - 2002 Genre - Stoner rock, Space rock, Psychedelic-rock, psychedelic, Instrumental Tracklist 1 Tsunami 11:06 2 Crystalline 7:51 3 Evaporate 5:53 4 Voyage Automatique 13:24 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35007 - Liquid -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - 35007 Album - Phase V [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2005 Genre - Stoner rock, Space rock, Psychedelic-rock, psychedelic, Instrumental Tracklist 1 20 09 10:02 2 23 32 6:00 3 06 18 4:13 4 44 05 9:42 5 22 25 2:13 6 61 74 8:31 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35007 - Phase V -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bardo Pond | | Comets On Fire | Grails | Ruined Machine | Brass Knuckle Surfer --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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