The Legendary Pink Dots Biography
Ka-Spel's Legendary Pink Dots were one of the most adventurous (and ever evolving) psychedelic poppers. They began with psychedelic madrigals that were unique in the pastoral way they employed electronic sounds, for example on Brighter Now (1982). Asylum (1985) veered towards melancholy decadent futuristic pop a` la Roxy Music and Ultravox. As Ka-Spel's skills in orchestration improved, he sculpted the neo-classic pop of Any Day Now (1987), possibly his artistic peak, and then the eccentric synth-pop of The Maria Dimension (1991), and finally experimented with the avantgarde arrangements of Malachi (1993), probably his most ambitious work. In between these milestones (each of which contains gems as well as filler), Ka-Spel released many other works of little interest, some credited to the Legendary Pink Dots and some under his own name. The latter tended to be more original, for example the horror-medieval concept Tanith And The Lion Tree (1991).
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