Grobschnitt - Rockpommel's Land  CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.85 | 181 ratings

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2 stars The truth is that I was a bit disapointed after listening to this record for several times. I think it's a clear example of an overated album. I don't mean to say that it hasn't its good moments (I'm thinking about the closing section of "Rockpommel's Land" and the marvellous song "Tontillon"- which is a bonus track!). The rest of the album bores me. There are some echoes of Yes and Camel all around but nothing is really special. Furthermore, I think that the vocalist is the weakest point of the band. The drummer, however, is brilliant. I can't really say much more about it. Talking about German bands my favourite one is Rousseau, followed by Anyone's Daughter (speacially because of their second album). I could never understand what's so special about Eloy or Grobschnitt... Anyway, this should be 2.5 stars.
DACE | 2/5 |


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