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A PASSION PLAY

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.01 | 986 ratings

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The Pessimist
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1 stars This is a type of album that often apears in prog: a love it or hate it album. For me, sorry to all you fans out there, it's a hate album. I cannot stand it. It was a blatant attempt at recreating Thick As A Brick, and it was a pathetic attempt in my eyes: TAAB was a one off where JT were at their peak, that was to never happen again. Of course this album has its moments, but overall it is an abomination to my CD collection. Overcomplex, overpretentious, overexaggerated rubbish with a stupid concept and not direction, i detest it with a passion (pun not intended). The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles just sprinkles this sewer-water cappecino with powdered shit. There was never going to be another TAAB.
The Pessimist | 1/5 |

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