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Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Love Beach; Mike Oldfield: Incantations

Ian Penman, New Musical Express, 25 November 1978

JEAN-PAUL Sartre took mescaline once, to prove to himself that he wasn't necessarily the institution people thought he was, and as a result became convinced that he was being followed by a giant octopus. Don't laugh!

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