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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

3.52 | 120 ratings

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5 stars If someone doesn't like this album, they've got the right to do so, but I don't care, I love it. What does 'progressive' mean if bands are supposed by their fans to do the same thing over and over again. OK, so it's more rock than folk, so what? Mostly Autumn was never meant to be a folk-band, as Bryan Josh said the folk-parts were just 'a treatment, it's only one side of the band.' True, it sounds a bit more commercial, but if that's a bad thing, then Pink Floyd's "The Wall" must be quite a bad album, but I guess hardly anyone will agree with that. But as I said before, I love this album. Songs as "Heart life", "Candle in the sky" or "Carpe diem" will surely become new classics. (And for those who think there aren't enough old elements on this album, these songs are in the same style as "Shrinking Violet", "Mother Nature" and "The gap is too wide" respectively).
Anthony | 5/5 |


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