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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

2.99 | 23 ratings

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1 stars You've got to be freakin' kidding.

At first, I just couldn't believe that Mostly Autumn is taking it's relative success so seriously. You heard me. Even if Mostly Autumn is a major band in the minor league that's progressive rock, taking on Pink Floyd is at best suicidal for their reputation.

These guys are way, way too big fans of Pink Floyd to make an appreciation.This DVD has basically no interviews from the original members, the whole opinions are from the members of the band. I mean, would you buy a DVD of my opinion about Rush? Even if I'm really deep into the band and some of my opinions are reasonnable, it's not me people wanna hear about! I haven't learn anything new. The important records are reviewed too fast for the sake of listening to what the band members feel about. Once again, would you invest in a DVD about the history of the Boston Celtics done by the waterboy? This is bordeline crazy marketing.

Whoever is their marketing manager, this guy's got to be fired fast. The task of briefing people about one of the most influencial bands of all time's gotta be well done. They bitten too much than they could chew; Pink Floyd is in the dictionnary for heaven's sake!

The epitomy of embarrassement.

Menswear | 1/5 |


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