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KLOSSA KNAPITATET

Samla Mammas Manna

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

4.15 | 92 ratings

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Rune2000
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4 stars I've really been trying to love this album, considering that Måltid was a masterpiece, but although it does have some appeal I can't rank it anywhere close to Måltid or Familjesprickor for that matter. Still most fans rank it as such, something that I hopefully some day will understand.

Klossa Knapitatet feels less like prog and more like fusion (between jazz and folk music) which is an interesting combination but it gets tiresome pretty fast. But there are definitely some great standout performances like the track Musmjölkningmaskinen and the short but completely hilarious Kom Lite Närmare makes it an overall enjoyable experience. It's great to see the band evolve in a slightly different direction over such a short time period.

In summary, if you are a fan of Lars Hollmer and the band then Klossa Knapitatet is another essential release for you. Otherwise try one of the other albums instead, preferably Måltid, and comeback to this one once you've acquired a taste .

***** star songs: Kom Lite Närmare (1:30) Musmjölkningmaskinen (6:36)

**** star songs: Ingenting (2:09) Liten Dialektik (10:10) Sucken (1:14) Långt Ner I Ett Kannihål (Liten Tuva Stjälper Ofta Stort Lass) (4:13) Klossa Knapitatet (1:23) Ramlösa Kvällar (5:30)

*** star songs: Influenser (6:58)

Rune2000 | 4/5 |

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