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Lands End


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.60 | 52 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars This USA band evokes the wonderful and pivotal progrock sound from The Seventies: 24- carat symphonic rock featuring long tracks, many changing climates, lots of soli on guitar and keyboards and, last but not least, a frequent appearance of The Mighty Tron! This CD contains six tracks with a running time of more than 70 minutes, almost half of that time is consumed by the titletrack of 30 minutes! The intro contains exotic percussion, followed by a blend of vocals, electric piano and acoustic guitar (including beautiful tremolo play). During this long composition the splendid guitarplay touches me very strongly: fiery and biting with wah-wah, accompanied by lush keyboards. The only negative remark concerns the confusing lay-out. But in general this is good progrock with echoes from early Novalis and Grobschnitt. A FINE AND PLEASANT EFFORT!
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |


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