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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

3.52 | 120 ratings

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5 stars I fell in love with this album the first time I heard it. Every song on the album has something about it that makes it special.Two tracks 'broken glass' and 'black rain' are catchy rock anthem style with thumping beats and blistering guitars, contrasting with long epic prog sounding tunes in the shape of 'carpe diem' and 'storms over still water'. 'Coming to...' is a fantastical story in music not dissimmilar to Gabriel era Genesis in its style. The overall feel of the album I find far more rock than previous Mostly Autumn albums, but with hints of the great 70's sounds which is what helped build this band's reputation.

Add to this the DVD which contains an interesting short documentary on the making of the album and some nice promotional material. Also some live tracks and projections which are used at their gigs have been included, as well as great packaging and some very nice photos, this is a must for everyone.

laghtnans | 5/5 |


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