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MATCHING MOLE

Matching Mole

 

Canterbury Scene

3.63 | 166 ratings

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DamoXt7942
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3 stars Ha-haa, what a light album this is...when I first listened to O Caroline, I thought so...but...

As honestly I say, for the first time of my listening to this album, I felt O caroline, the first track was MISCHOSEN in it. Maybe quite a few listeners have thought as above-mentioned. But believe me, this first track is surely the beginning of Matching Mole's progressive scene. Why? Please listen to the flute sound and Robert's withered and dry voice. How do you feel? I guess you would feel avantgarde, psychedelic, and progressive Canterbury. Yep, we can't think the as-we-hear melodic song as a mischosen one. The beginning! Okay? :P

From Instant Pussy we can be pushed or DIGGED by the Mole. How jazzy, how deeply-sunk, and how violent the sound is! Ouch, this is Mole sound. On the last track we can feel psychedelic and can hear varieties of chord with our angle of ears. Of course, not kidding!

Interestingly, this album is, for me, their curtain raiser. FWIW, this reason might be that my first Matching Mole was MARCH. Namely, Their live performance was very excellent I wanna say. If you listen to this album as the first Matching Mole, please listen to March next. You absolutely can understand me!

DamoXt7942 | 3/5 |

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