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The Pink Mice


Symphonic Prog

3.70 | 20 ratings

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2 stars I am not sure how to describe the concept of creativity. But I am pretty sure this band's outputs is not creativity. I would rather use some other words.

Take some classic music, remove the original instruments and rape the originals with tonnes of keyboards. Add some guitars, bass and drums too just to add some credibility. Creativity ? Not in my version of the Oxford Dictionary. The music is not too bad and miles better than their other album. But still only touch this band's outputs with a bargepole. The Pink Mice has misunderstood what ELP and Triumvirat understood: You have to add your own identity. This album is as bland as a box of paint from B & Q. There is no colours in this music. Just keyboards raping the original compositions. Add some Krautrock to the blend and my only thought is to send in the cat. Not as bad as the other album, but still something at the end of a bargepole. Nuff said.

2 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 2/5 |


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