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3.09 | 167 ratings

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3 stars Somehow, I always considered "Internal Exile" FISH's true first solo album."Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors" wasn't bad. In fact, it was quite a revelation but I found it a bit too contrived; as if the man took himself a little too seriously on it. With "Internal Exile", however, he really lets loose and seems completely at ease, for once. With its tight, albeit simpler musicality, the album is more raw and has a much 'cleaner' feel, a style that suits FISH like a glove. His intelligent, biting lyrics are greatly advantaged by such a style and although the production is far from perfect, you'll find on "Internal Exile" quite a few memorable tunes that showcase FISH's undeniable compositional ability. Not overly progressive but fun, and a foretaste of great things to come.
Hibou | 3/5 |


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