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3.59 | 185 ratings

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3 stars This is a bit hit and miss for me, but for most of it i cant help but think 'what is this guy thinking? he was once in Marillion' at times it can be quite random, fair enough the first 2 songs came on and i thought 'hmm, its Fish trying to be a neo Pink Floyd' then i heard the songs that followed and i just dont think they are great songs, the bluesy songs just seem out of place on the album and the country ones just seem really random not to mention OLD CROW *shutters* but to be honest THE LOST PLOT is a decent song with a cool little solo in it INNOCENT PARTY is also a quite interesting song, SHOT THE CRAW is the only song here that kinds sounds like anything the man ever did with Marillion (which is brill of course) and the final song SCATTERING CROWS is a decent the start is good, then goes down hill, but then picks up about 3/4 into the album and just stays that way which isnt too bad, all in all its an ok album, not that bad buut still not that good its a 3 star review;

The Field - 9/10 Moving Targets - 9/10 The Rookie - 6/10 Zoo Class - 4/10 The Lost Plot - 7/10 Old Crow - 3/10 Numbers - 4/10 Exit Wound - 4/10 Innocent Party - 8/10 Shot The Craw - 9/10 Scattering Crows (Still Time) - 9/10

MY CONCLUSION not bad but still not great, a decent enough effort though and it is Fish lak...

FarBeyondProg | 3/5 |


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