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3.02 | 148 ratings

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4 stars This is a divisive Greenslade album in some respects, and your appreciation of it will likely hinge on how you feel about prog bands pivoting to a somewhat more accessible and poppier style. If you're a prog-for-prog's-sake type, this might sound like a bit of a sellout, but for my part i think Greenslade's more symphonic and fusion-steeped earlier sound was beginning to run its course by the time the band got to Spyless Guest, so this shift to shorter songs and a somewhat broader range was just the refreshing shift that was called for at the time. Really, my only disappointment here is that the band broke up after this, because it would have been interesting to see where they took this next.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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