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Agitation Free



3.81 | 39 ratings

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3 stars One of the more or less legendary Agitation Free live albums.

There is no denying that Agitation Free sounds very lively in a live setting. Far mor lively than in a studio. Fragments is no exception.

Agitation Free offers long guitar solos, intricate repetetive rhythms and space rock like melodies. Their music is spaced out Krautrock. That's the basis of this live album.

The sound quality could have been a lot better and that is an understatement. But the songs here are very good. The same goes for their playing too. All four songs are great workouts. But the best song here is Someone's secret which really sums up Agitation Free.

I think this is a good live album let down by the rather murky sound. But the quality is still good. But Fragments is perhaps the weakest of the three Agitation Free live albums though.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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