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SING TO GOD

Cardiacs

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

4.30 | 209 ratings

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Diego I
2 stars Sing to God of Cardiacs album, is so bizarre that ends up being some kind of boring, in particular I think that this album has a high rating that comes from the fact of the impression that cause at first listen. "Sing to God" sound is like a group of teenagers in lsd, singing bombastic hyper-constructed and happy hymns but deep down are nothing more than empty and meaningless ... On the other hand, and to be honest I do not conveyed absolutely nothing, not passing any riff that I came to thrill or some tune well achieved, but nothing else, the relevance of this band would be the contribution made ​​to the music with a new musical concept, the "Prunk" which by the way when i hear this, I imagine a fusion between The Clash and Pink Floyd, but obviously this doesn´t happen, but the disappointment that was relatively equal. I disagree (in my point of view) that "Sing to God " has to be considered an essential album, and that every prog fan should listen, widely assumed this position i refuse to be part of. after listen all the twenty two songs the result was the same that i think after heard only 30 minutes of the album, and i repeat, monotone, monotone, monotone ... Experimental, yes, eclectic, perhaps, but too stuck on some "impressive" sounds.
Diego I | 2/5 |

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