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Pinkroom - Psychosolstice CD (album) cover




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3.99 | 99 ratings

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4 stars I have just listened to this album for the 1st time. Quite astonishing. Its classy and yet gutsy. I agree with others that there is definitely Porcupine tree influences in there. I also think that being Polish there are also traits of Riverside too, however that is no bad thing, they too are terrific. I personally can hear Early Robert Fripp, also Alan Parsons. All said and done it seems to be a very well crafted album, not just thrown together as soon as 'the band' feel they are good enough. This has been moulded and nurtured over some time and over all well engineered. Well done guys. Lets be having another album, but hey, only when you are ready and it is as good as this one.
simonc12345 | 4/5 |


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