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Pavlov's Dog


Crossover Prog

2.85 | 61 ratings

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3 stars So, here we have the third album that they ever recorded, back in 1977.

This one sounds even more formal than "At The Sound Of The Bell" (ATSOTB), thus even less prog. Generally it sounds more comprehensive, but it doesn't have any stand-out songs like "Valkirie" or "Did You See Him Cry" from ATSOTB. It's an average album, one that has no weaknesses but no significant strengths too.

Even David Surkamp sounds more "normal" than he sounds in ATSOTB and FAR more "normal" than he sounds at the orgasmic "Pampered Menial", largely lacking special performances like the ones he did 3 years before.

The bonus tracks are interesting non the less, as they largely consist from live recordings, always welcome. Non the less, that 2007 acoustic studio performance of "Julia" doesn't sound that good...

BigDaddyAEL1964 | 3/5 |


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