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Steve Hillage


Canterbury Scene

3.41 | 90 ratings

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1 stars This is a strong bet by SH, or maybe a joke, hard to say. He flirts with spacy airs since the third album, but never attempted to emulate Tangerine Dream that openly. I wonder where he thought he would go with this. I mean, anyone plays with toys in their houses but no one takes them to the office. Definitely, he was running out of ideas and essayed the cheap way. The funny thing is that the spacy era was also about to end. I mean, the Tangerine Dream climax was in 74-75, and even they had run out of gas by the time. Those empowering this album should go a little back to the origins of electronic music. By the way, where is PROGression in electronic music?
poito | 1/5 |


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