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Magma – Üdü Ẁüdü

Magma can be a difficult proposition; with their use of an invented language (Kobaïan) sung in operatic fashion, bombastic and baroque prog, and sci-fi mythology (I know, almost sounds goo on paper huh?). Not to everyone’s taste, but there can be the odd track that leaps out, like this piece that has an afrobeat feel in among the jazzy spangles. This is from their 1976 album ‘Üdü Ẁüdü’.

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