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Valinor's Tree


Heavy Prog

3.15 | 25 ratings

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Sean Trane
Special Collaborator
Prog Folk
2 stars This second album is definitely a more diverse affair than its debut. This will be forever linked to Twin Age's third album that I brought home the same day and I threw myself on those two albums like a madman. After having listened to both albums , I was a MADMAN looking for the first thing to murder that got in my way (gladfully , it was a mosquito or else I would be writing this review from the Jail library) as I was horrified by both. I went back to my dear retailer friend who sold them to me , shoved them down his throat and destroyed the rest of his store. Before I did this, he gave me the money back , and solemnly swore he would never sell such stuff again and begged for his life to be saved. I , of course , did him the favor of buying two other CDs (I went for safety and got Coltrane at the Vanguard Village - Max , when do we get to review Coltrane and why are we not able to give six stars?) .

The music on this album, you ask? Well don't look too much at the prog group Marcello speaks about for I found nothing of the sort and this is different than the previous one . I found this album sort of a cross between Noisy Rock and prog much alike to Hamadryad . This is strictly from memory, though.

Sean Trane | 2/5 |


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