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Compendium of Souvenirs
Review by Gary Hill
I have liked Omenopus since the first time I heard them.

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Portents
Review by Gary Hill
This EP features two Hawkwind alums (Bridget Wishart and Simon House) and Don Falcone of Spirits Burning fame.

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The Archives
Review by Gary Hill
I have to say that I’ve liked everything from Omenopus. One thing remains constant with them (other than some personnel) and that’s change.

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The Physician (CD Single)
Review by Gary Hill
There are two songs here. One of them is based on a television show, but I won’t spoil it before the track listing by naming that show.

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The Plague
Review by Gary Hill
Since this project includes Bridget Wishart, one might expect it to be space rock.

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Time Flies
Review by Gary Hill
The EP Portents was the first we heard from Omenopus. 

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