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WORLD RECORD

Van Der Graaf Generator

 

Eclectic Prog

3.80 | 500 ratings

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nisandzic
2 stars This album can scare people away. It is too much mad and repetitive in some parts, certainly too heavy and to rough in some moments. Hammil plays here electric guitar a bit more than anywhere else, but I am not impresed. Many people say that his voice is great, but I think that it is nothing special, sometimes too loud, sometimes antimelodic, and monotone as well. Drums sound the same on every VDGG album, but they are great in rhytm. Anyway, I like jam in the longest song on album, where Hammil's guitar makes disonant tones, and this goes toward guitar riffs in King Crimson's album called Red, although here much less inspirative, than those of Robert Fripp's guitar.
nisandzic | 2/5 |

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