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Fripp And Eno


Progressive Electronic

3.50 | 59 ratings

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Sean Trane
Special Collaborator
Prog Folk
2 stars 2,5 stars at most!!!

In the footstep pf their first album , I had listened to this one at the same time and the same opening comment I made in the other review (the debut No Pussyfooting) applies here: where is the beef?

As the second vinyl side is a carbon copy of their debut , most of the hopes for this one relies on the shorter tracks on sode 1. Alas , to no avail. However influential this album and the preceeding one were , it is mostly due to musos's stamina and their high acceptance from the specialized press from Britain. All of this had been done in germany a few years earlier without havinf one tenth of the publicity.

As this second album is less important historically , I will not round up to the upper unit!

Sean Trane | 2/5 |


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