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With the six tracks on 'Almost Alive', Amon Duul II still caped the magic of their music. Even if this album sounds more mainstream, you can always feel the vibe of the early 70th, when Duul started to become Germany's music export No. 1. Highlights on this album are the dark and apocalyptic sounding 'Ain't Today Tomorrow's Yesterday', one of the most inventive instrumentals that Amon Duul II ever recorded and 'Live In Jericho', witch ends up in a madly Jam-Session. 'Almost Alive' is what the title already says, an album with the spontaneous, uncaged music that Amon Duul II ever recorded.
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