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Canterbury Scene

4.25 | 228 ratings

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5 stars Brilliant record and even an improvent from their debut!

This album provides a brilliant mix between Supersister's agressive side and Supersister's calmer sound. All the compositions are well-thought.

'A girl named you' is a very surprising song with brilliant melodylines nice and drum and basslines. The vocals sound far more British than Dutch, so no one has to be afraid of a Dutch accent. The piece reaches a brilliant climax.

No tree will grow (on to high a mountain) is a slightly more accessible piece, which starts of with a very dark note which will be almost played the entire piece. At the ending the music gets more and more agressive. After this you will hear some people laughing very hard.

Then, the brilliant Energy '(out of the future)' will provide us from very much brilliancy. This piece really shows everything the band has got.

The last piece is a very short but pleasant piece, with beautiful flute-playing.

My personal favourite record from a Dutch band so far.

Foolsdrummer | 5/5 |


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