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Thieves' Kitchen


Eclectic Prog

3.41 | 53 ratings

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Tonny Larz
5 stars Now, i havent heard THIEVES KITCHEN´s first album:"Head".... but the word is.. that they are really the thing to notice in the future!! However, i now am the proud owner of :"Argot" their next outlet (thanx to my dear mate LEO)... and i can truthfully say that this is by far the most extremely talented proggroup ive heard in several years!! Track #1: "John Doe number one"... are an absolute stunner of a prog/pop number!!! These guys really knows how to play their... ahem.... progcards.... never have i heard such a sublime combination of progmusic and love the life.. in their music!! I'm stunned..... the sheer excellence of the performance... beautiful.... laidback... the piano/drum/bass drive of "Escape" ... whoooaahhh... what a theme... And these guys, have made yet another album : "Shibboleth" Whoooaaa.... this is a supreme progrock band!! These guys are here to be remembered.... so what are you waiting for???? Every fan of prog in special... should enjoy this moment. THIEVES KITCHEN are here to stay.... make way... make way... for this wonderfull meal.... for everyone to enjoy...only 4 tracks on this fabulous album...Ahh but which tracks.....they are from THIEVES KITCHEN!! !Fastfood ?? No fuc... way.... this kitchen is for real !!! GET IT.... before your next meal!!
Tonny Larz | 5/5 |


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