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THE LOVERS

Legendary Pink Dots

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.75 | 13 ratings

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Thommy Rock
4 stars Occupying a strange place somewhere inbetween New Wave, Psychedelia, Ambient and Progressive Music the LPD never make for easy listening. This album is probably their most accessible and a great starting point for newcomers. All blueprints for their following output can be found here: intelligent, punky pop-rockers, bittersweet balladry, intricate compositions and no-nonsense experimentation. Guided by Edward Ka-Spel's innocent, cheekily childlike vocals, backed by inventive musicianship musical boundries are torn down and new genres unfold. Tradional proggers might have to let go of their ideas of what Progressive Rock should sound like, but in the mid-eighties no post-punk band was more progressive than the Dots.
Thommy Rock | 4/5 |

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