The second and final album from this Dutch band.
The band was a trio with a lineup of grand piano, minimoog, organ, melotron, guitars and drums.
This is the follow up to their 1977 debut album No Pictures. An album I reviewed last month. A pretty good album too.
SuperCleanDreamMachine is an instrumental album. It is fifty-five minutes long too.
The music is very much based on keyboards and guitars.
References here are Camel and some fusion. Well, mostly Camel and other Camel sounding bands and albums.
There are not any good pieces of music here, I am afraid.
The music is pretty much mid-tempo and not particular technical impressive.
This is a pretty dull, half-decent album and just that. It is not something I would have checked out if it was not for the debut album.