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3.16 | 21 ratings

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4 stars It's just isn't a Masterpiece 'cause it's one of the very first Rock Operas. To be honest this is a really small example of what Rock Operas would turn into later, with the all known Tommy from The Who, The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway from Genesis, or even the almighty The Wall from Pink Floyd.

Still it has lots of good music, but it's a small record, about 25 minutes, so not quite the size a usual prog album has. I'd call this a psycheadelic record, it has lots of it about, and some really nice efects by the way. Highly recomended.

FloyidianTramp | 4/5 |


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