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FISH RISING

Steve Hillage

 

Canterbury Scene

4.13 | 289 ratings

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OzzProg
5 stars This has probably been written in a review somewhere here, but this album is virtually Radio Gnome Invisible Part 4. Each album in the Trilogy increases with musical content, and decreases with silly vocals throughout the years, progressing to this album.

If you are going to buy this album, do it for the First track, Solar Musick Suite. The spacy guitar and lyrics make my mind melt. The first track is generally a slower more melow song, but with some very upbeat and complex guitar work. The fourth song is more catchy with a smooth guitar and bass riff throughout most of the song. And the final track has a very epic feeling with a mysterious and sad section inthe middle, with more spaced out lyrics.

ONCE AGAIN, IF YOU LIKE GONG, BUY THIS!

OzzProg | 5/5 |

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