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En Konsert For Fok Flest (the album) coming in April!

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  • Started 2 years ago by Elvin
  • Latest reply from Punj Lizard

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  1. DandelionPowderman
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    Lykkepilgrim is unreal. What a marvellous piece of music!

    Posted 2 years ago #
  2. supernaut
    Member

    got it

    hmmmmm now what to indulge into first..... the documentary film I guess.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  3. ThorEgil
    Member

    Excellent review from panorama.no - Motorpsycho vs. Einstürzende Neubauten.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  4. Ercarnar
    Member

    Finally got my copy today.

    Unbelievable.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  5. nicoot
    Member

    Oh my, I'm especially impressed by Grandiosa (and I know it's the Norwegian God called 'pizza'), what a grand majestic piece of musicianship combined with delightful vocals!

    Posted 2 years ago #
  6. TraktorBass
    Member

    Will the album be released on Spotify?

    Posted 2 years ago #
  7. Arturo Bandini
    Member

    Excellent review from panorama.no - Motorpsycho vs. Einstürzende Neubauten.

    Would love to read this article, any chance of a translation made by some kind of soul? The online translation machines are too strange for me, feels like reading a bad translated manual of a toaster or something like that.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  8. Ivan
    Member

    Love the documentary

    Posted 2 years ago #
  9. DandelionPowderman
    Member

    The documentary is nothing but excellent!

    Posted 2 years ago #
  10. Ivan
    Member

    The second half of Lykkepilgrim has such a beautiful melody! Lovely!
    Can't get it out of my head

    Posted 2 years ago #
  11. ThorEgil
    Member

    Nice one from Prog Magazine. Storløkken, the Rick Wakeman of our generation

    Posted 2 years ago #
  12. kjesso
    Member

    A review from Mojo (which hardly says anything about the music at all):

    Motorpsycho: En konsert for folk flest
    3 stars out of 5

    Trondheim trio tell Norway's politicians to take care when speaking on their behalf.

    This monumental work examining the nature of being Norwegian is presented in grand style: both on CD and double album. The performance, from last July, is also captured on DVD. A centre pocket inside the gatefold sleeve contains a detailed book on the ideas behind the concert and its execution. Norway's Motorpsycho are no strangers to the grand gesture. In 2012 they collaborated with organist/composer Ståle Storløkken on The Death Defying Unicorn at Oslo's Opera House. Folk Flest reunites them in their hometown Trondheim; augmented by strings and a choir for a work inspired by the concept of "most people". Norway's politicians bandy the term to gain support by appealing to the notion of most people. Motorpsycho rip this apart. This driving, intense and soaring piece is best appreciated as an entity apart from the psychedelically inclined Motorpsycho of late.

    Kieron Tyler

    Posted 2 years ago #
  13. Kamille
    Member

    Thanx for posting this! Long live Mr.Storløkken and the band

    Posted 2 years ago #
  14. Punj Lizard
    Member

    I'm reviving this thread because I just ordred the album. I don't have a vinyl record player, but I see there's a CD and DVD included, so no problem there. Can't wait to get my hands on this - looks like a lovely boxset. Having already heard the album I know what to expect in that regard, and personally I think it's absolutely sublime. Definitely one of their best, IMHO.

    Posted 1 month ago #

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