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Birds And Buildings


Eclectic Prog

4.24 | 471 ratings

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5 stars An album which can not be described with the current linguistic perception of human kind...Yes I have exaggerated it a little bit and just a little bit.

Bantam to Behemoth is the best of the recent surprises of progressive rock world. Dan Britton sure deserves a lot of respect and this album is just one of the answers why. An endless ambition for creativity lasts for the whole album. Energy of the album surrounds the listener from the beginning and it just never goes away. Jazzy drumming, crying saxophone with amazing guitar and keyboard work..The experimental vocal try outs may sound weird at the beginning, but as the album flows by one can easily get used to them as they are highly compatible with the general mood of the album.

Birds flying into buildings, terra fire and and yucatan 65: the agitation of the mass are my favorite songs in the album. Do not miss it!

omardiyejon | 5/5 |


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