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4.03 | 49 ratings

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Tull Tales
3 stars The album is performed well and the overall "sound" as far as engineering & production are concerned, is good. I really like the first two songs, Firelight and Let It Burn (King George). Unfortunately, for me it goes down substantially from there.

The songwriting just does not move me. It seems very repetitive. They utilize a riff or chord progression over and over, and then move on to the next one. Some of these are interesting enough, but they don't ever seem to develop into anything substantive after that. Someone else mentioned the lack of vocals and I do feel like many times the album sounds like a backing track for the missing vocals.

I have given this one many listens trying to see if it is a grower or maybe I was missing something, but for me it just does not have that "it" that I look for, sorry.

Tull Tales | 3/5 |


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