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Warm Dust


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.44 | 27 ratings

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5 stars Quite surprised to see And It Came To Pass shouldering the weakest review amongst Warm Dust's three albums. Whereas their latter albums stray into far more commercially viable brass rock territory (Peace For Our Time might seem more daring if the vocals weren't so deeply buried in the mix), And It Came To Pass is a tremendous, sprawling monster of an album, a substantial work of art that it takes a considerable amount of time and dedication to digest. All the trappings of epic prog are here: sprawling, mutli-part suites, wonderfully varied instrumentation, and some of the most aggressive, growling keyobard work I've ever heard on a record. The vocals strive alongside the music (such a shame that these are played down on subsequent albums!) and the lyrical content is impressively well wrought. This is a release to be digested by degrees: I've spent about a year getting to know it, and can shamelessly hand out a five-star review. Sadly, the group would never even remotely come close to this level of songcraft again.
Lozlan | 5/5 |


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