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T2 - It'll All Work Out In Boomland CD (album) cover

IT'LL ALL WORK OUT IN BOOMLAND

T2

 

Heavy Prog

4.10 | 161 ratings

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jasonpw.
4 stars I got this CD from CD Universe for $28,and I can say that I got my money's worth. As the CD liner notes say,the songs go back and forth between acoustic passages and thunderous roars of anger,and they are right! ''Circles''(8:38) is a guitar rock song,with great vocal harmonies,while JLT(5:55) is a rock ballad.''No More White Horses(8:37)goes back and forth between acoustic rock and guitar rock,with the last 37 seconds of this song being distortion sounds.Next up is the 21 minute and 15 second song ''Morning'',which again goes back and forth between folk rock and guitar-heavy rock.Halfway into this song,there is a 90 second drum solo,with background shriek sounds.Some horn sounds come into play at 13:30 into the song for a bit(I could also hear a bit of horn work in ''No More White Horses''),and the few minutes of the song end in a bit of mellow way.''Questions & Answers''is a blues song,while ''CD" is a guitar rock song,with a blues edge to it at times.There is a ''live''version of ''Circles'',though it does not sound like a live setting.The last 3 songs,"Questions And Answers'',"CD",and "Circles'' are BBC recordings.I recommend getting this cd.It is too bad that this got overlooked,in a shuffle of '70's albums,apparently.Also,I can hear some Canterbury influences at times in the songs.The vocal harmonies in the ''Morning''song sound great.
jasonpw. | 4/5 |

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