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SOMEONE HERE IS MISSING

The Pineapple Thief

 

Crossover Prog

3.54 | 264 ratings

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Chris S
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5 stars Hail To The .......no just kidding Someone Here is Missing is the strongest album so far from Pineapple Thief. Bruce Soord does sound similar too to Steve Wilson at times but sadly the comparitive monikers do not go away. They should cos these guys really do rock on their own turf." Nothing At Best" possibly the finest song on the album, with great instrumentation all round and cutting lyrics. The sound is more spongy with fuzzy vocals at times. " Wake Up The Dead" has that addictive sound to it again with some awesome drum work and dizzy stereo flicks. I would love to hear this album loud on a really classy sound system. The production is so clean. " Show A Little Love" has great guitar licks, spacey keys and great vocals. And that is just discussing three tracks out of ten. I could go on, the whole album is a winner, powerhouse energy and nice bevelled smooth production. " The Sate We're In" could be a huge single if it was marketed properly " So We Row" closes off the set with some great Floydian sound effects before building to a manic frenzy. This is Pineapple Thief's finest album by far, essential music.
Chris S | 5/5 |

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