Gazpacho - When Earth Lets Go CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

2.96 | 95 ratings

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2 stars Progressive rock? Well, OK, sure, though Gazpacho's release from 2004 sounds suspiciously like a pop record... a good and inventive one, but a pop record just the same. The material is well-produced and filled with delightful background imagery, texture and depth. But frankly this collection of ten songs is almost indistinguishable from any number of other talented but slick bands gearing for a spot in the indie top 40. Drawing on a chic modern swank, Gazpacho will surely thrill aging MTVers by presenting something a bit more. As if R.E.M., the Mermen and Chris Isaak got together for a one-off concept album.

Atavachron | 2/5 |


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