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Peter Hammill


Eclectic Prog

4.14 | 452 ratings

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5 stars Time to review some more PH albums, this is toghter with Chameleon in the shadow of the night my favorite of his solo albums so far, this one is much darker and angrier probobly his darkest and most angry album he ever made. Thats why i like it so much i gues, its very good to put on if your angry or frustrated about something it will take the anger out of you very quickly, someting els i always liked with Hammill and one of the reasons he is my favorite prog rock hero/idol is the ability he have to always make me feel connected too him it feels liek he speaks and write about my life and how i feel, i feel i can realy identify with him, hes yust like me hes been goin trough the same thing as me. I think you know what i mean we all have our idols that makes us feel that way and PH is mine and thats what makes him special and my personal favorite. this album for me is the best PH solo albums i love all the other ones too but this is his masterpice, he even write in the linernotes in the new 2005 remastered edition that his brother was sick and near death when he recorded the album so he tryed to make it extra good and hoped that the energy and giving it all he got whuld somehow make the brother beter. And this realy show he gives the album 100% and it pays of, a Masterpice of dark prog . 5 stars.
Zargus | 5/5 |


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