Odin was a British band, but all the members lived in Germany. Their self-titled debut and only album (1972) is one of the many obscure gems released on the Vertigo swirl label. Odin's style was organ dominated progressive rock with influences from hard rock, jazz and some folk. Tracks like "Life is only" and "Clown" are stuffed with lengthy organ passages and good melodies. "Be the Man you are" was an airy acoustic track of the kind that most progressive rock groups would have one or two of on their albums. "Eucalyptus" was an atmospheric instrumental with some nice use of string-synths. "Tribute to Frank" (probably Zappa) was a bit quirkier, with some quite interesting and unusual chords. And the guys used their voices as instruments in the cheerful "Turnpike Lane" with good result . They also did a decent, although not very creative cover of Quatermass' "Gemini" with a slightly longer organ solo than the original. Condition of the cover EX+! The condition of the disc is M-! Includes the ORIGINAL POSTER , also M-!