Phantasmagoria (Curved Air album)

1972 studio album by Curved Air / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Phantasmagoria is the third studio album by Curved Air. Released in 1972, it reached No. 20 in the UK Charts[2] and is notable for its early use of the EMS Synthi 100 synthesizer to process lead singer Sonja Kristina's voice on the second side. Unavailable for many years, the album was reissued on CD in April 2007.

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ReleasedApril 1972
RecordedMarch 1972
StudioAdvision Studios, London ("Ultra-Vivadi" and "Whose Shoulder Are You Looking Over Anyway?": E.M.S., London)
GenreProgressive rock, art rock
LabelWarner Bros.[1]
ProducerCurved Air, Colin Caldwell
Curved Air chronology
Second Album
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