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Gong

 

Canterbury Scene

3.11 | 86 ratings

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FarBeyondProg
2 stars Now i really didnt like this album..i mean REALLY didnt like it, and its nothing personal to the band after all this is my first abum by Gong, and it really wont put me off buying any of their other albums, this one just felt very annoying and i just couldnt get into it no matter how much i tried (believe me ive tried to listen to this album a total of 8 times now and i couldnt get through it once, although i have listened to every song in one shape or another to do this review) Some parts are cool and kinda remind me of The Flower Kings but theres other parts where im kinda like 'What is he doing??' There are rap parts in it and just downright strange bits altogether, just not something i can 100% commit to, i did like the production though and like i said musically its cool, there is just something that annoys me about it;

City Of Self Fascination - 7/10 Digital Girl - 5/10 How To Stay Alive - 5/10 Escape Control Delete - 6/10 Yoni Poem - 5/10 Dance With The Pixies - 7/10 Wacky Baccy Banker - 6/10 The Year 2032 - 6/10 Robo-Warriors - 5/10 Guitar Zero - 5/10 The Gris Gris Girl- 6/10 Wave And A Particle - 6/10 Pinkle Ponkle - 5/10 Portal- 5/10

MY CONCLUSION? this album isnt that great and it didnt do much for me, if you a fan awsome but i just didnt enjoy this album, i may have to buy another one of their albums just to be sure if it was just this album that didnt do it for me

FarBeyondProg | 2/5 |

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