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SOMEONE HERE IS MISSING

The Pineapple Thief

 

Crossover Prog

3.56 | 252 ratings

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themortician
3 stars I've listened to every Pineapple Thief album. My love for progressive music is boundless. I love all the subgenres, the eras, etc... I think Pineapple Thief is getting better with time. This band has a sound of their own with one big problem, they overcooked their sound. Tightly Unwound was their most ambitious work to date so I was excited to here Someone Here is Missing. I liked seeing them go somewhere else for a change, but listening to Someone Here is Missing (three times from beginning to end) had filled me with some disappointment. I enjoyed it like I would a meal where the mash potatoes were delicious, but the meat was as I said before, overcooked, of course they added nice electronic elements, but it's just not enough... it's not bad. If you are a Pineapple Thief fan then you'll really appreciate it. I was just hoping to find something different from them. I'm a fan of the sound, but I don't rate the sound I rate the men behind the sound... I don't think they gave it their all... I realize this review isn't that descriptive or even that good, but it's a reflection of how the album made me feel... Solid 3 out of 5.
themortician | 3/5 |

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