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MOONSHINE

Collage

 

Neo-Prog

4.01 | 271 ratings

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trybiszon
5 stars You may consider me Polish orthodox, but I must say this record is a masterpiece of art rock. I remember I bought Moonshine casette for three zlotys (which means less than half a pound) in a music shop. I remember I found the music too complicated firtst, but after listening to it for a few times I asked myself: "Shit, why dit it llie in a shop for many years and become dirt cheap?". The only rational reason must be that people don't have time to focus a little longer on ambitious music. What a pity... I have got most of Collage records, I also own both records of Satellite, a crew of which are mainly former Collage members. They sound great, the mellodies are wonderful, but the best ones are on Moonshine (Living In The Moonlight could be played on FM stations regularly, as for me). And there is one more big difference - some parts of compositions sound ute agressively, although they don' loose specifi sound. I'm not a bald headed guy and I don't use such words often, but I can say with full responsibility, that I feel national pride when I listen to Moonshine.

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