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  • Dainos says:
    Astromalist is a prog-rocky sorta RIO-ish affair that blends influences from Univers Zero, King Crimson, Frank Zappa and other avantgarde greats into something unique and remarkable. Like much of the best music of its "kind" (these groups tend to be fairly unique), Panzerpappa have managed to make music which is both challenging and catchy at /5(4).
  • Faujind says:
    Panzerpappa is maybe new to many Rune Grammofon followers but released their debut album Passer Gullfisk back in Since then they have released the albums Hulemysteriet (), Farlig Vandring () and Koralrevens Klagesang () by themselves/5(4).
  • Zudal says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Panzerpappa - Astromalist at Discogs. Complete your Panzerpappa collection/5(17).
  • Goltigore says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Astromalist - Panzerpappa on AllMusic - - On 's Koralrevens Klagesang, Norwegian 8/
  • Shakam says:
    "Satam" openns with a pulsating sound as drums and heaviness join in. Guitar too as it picks up steam. It settles back after 1 1/2 minutes but then builds again. Another calm before 5 minutes then it builds once again. An excellent track. "Astromalist" is such a feel good track throughout. Very enjoyable with the sax and vibes taking prominant 4/5.
  • Tojind says:
    PANZERPAPPA released ASTROMALIST, in This page contains detailed performer credits and artist credits (line-up and band members), songs and tracks list, reviews, information and album cover graphic picture or DVD cover graphic or picture.
  • Mooguran says:
    RCD - Panzerpappa: Astromalist (CD) PRICE: ,00 NOK. ADD TO CART. Melodic, instrumental progressive rock from this fine band that released their first album back in Since then they have released three more albums on their own and experienced a growing number of supporters, both in Norway and internationally.
  • Fer says:
    Find Panzerpappa discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. The multi-instrumentalist members of Norwegian quartet Panzerpappa play an appealing blend of Canterbury-esque prog and Rock in Opposition-flavored avant-prog.

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