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The Laze


Eclectic Prog

4.16 | 15 ratings

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5 stars I bought this album from the band's website last year and along with the debut album from Diagonal it has consistantly been the soundtrack to my life. Is it really worth the 5 stars I have awarded?I'm not sure other reviewers will agree but it is a modern prog classic in my humble opinion. Amazing to think that they have not been snapped up by a label yet!!! I was very impressed when I first saw them live with their powerful yet intricate style prog (fans of King crimson, Poisoned Electrik Head, Magma and VDGG should approve!) but after hearing the album and concept I really was blown away and continue to enjoy after many many playes of the album. I love all the tracks and agree with the previous reviewer that 'Glassdust at the Disablot' is the highlight. A hypnotic start withlots of chanting slowly builds up, then the barking sax which defines much of their great sound kicks in to give you a great cosmic journey which of course has the required number of time changes. For all prog fans eclectic this album really is a must. I know the band are fans of soundtrack music and Goblin's efforts in the horror genre. They seem to be taking that influence and putting together an interesting night at the FACT theatre in Liverpool next week. They are playing live to the 1925 film version of 'Phantom of the Opera'. Can't wait to hear what they come up with!
phibes | 5/5 |


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