BiographyOne of the finer exponents of the Krautrock/Psychedelic boom of the late 1960s and early '70s, Brainticket managed to make some of the most disjointed and expansive psychedelia ever. Their early '70s records are some of the best examples of freak rock, featuring multitudes of tablas, organs, and flutes whirring away as electronic collages collapsed in the background. Heavily drug-influenced, the largely concept-oriented records were awash in psychosis-inducing guitar work and vocals spewed out by the Future Acid Casualties Association. As the band progressed through the '70s, they veered away from their psych-roots into early synth work without sacrificing their tendency to create multiple, elongated, echoing sequences.
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