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Frijid Pink


Heavy Prog

3.05 | 33 ratings

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2 stars It's always sad to be an artist mostly remembered for covering a well-known song. Frijid Pink was another Detroit- rock band but in terms of originality and creativity never reached the levels of MC5/Stooges. They were good players nevertheless and found inspiration in blues/R&B among others. The first album show these young lads having yet to develop their output. Though playing is likeable, material is non-distinguishable from the pack of other bands. The "House of the rising sun" cover is passable. While the hard- rock arrangements are interesting, it's lacking soul that Animals put in. There is nothing remotely progressive on the debut album and I find their two next albums more sophisticated.
sgtpepper | 2/5 |


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