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YOU BROKE MY HEART SO I BUSTED YOUR JAW

Spooky Tooth

 

Proto-Prog

3.50 | 17 ratings

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trackstoni
4 stars It Was Really Surprising to Me That This Excellent Album is Still without Rate !! However , When i First Got this Album in 1974 , I Had No Idea About there Other Releases ! This Album Meant A Lot to me At That Time as a Prog. rock Fan . It's Not a Progressive Album by All Means , but for me It Was much more than This , It's a Wide Discovery of a Talented Artists , the Eight of Them Are More Than Great , Each one his Own Way , but the best Was the Lyrics ( Self Seeking Man ) and the Captivating Idea of the Loss & Winning , It's a Great Song by All Means , Moriah & Old as i was Born are Really Excellent Stuff , So , One Way or Another this Album was Surely Underrated in Progarchives , But as I Told You Before , it's not a Progressive Album , for me It's the Best Spooky Tooth Album , and Must Be Listed in Progressive Related , as The Most Powerful Progressive Blues Rock Album for All Times !! 4.5 Easily !
trackstoni | 4/5 |

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