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Hogweed Returns
4 stars As a true Genesis fan I was very interested in this band of only two members. To copy the music of Genesis is like walking on a thin line ..., only for capable bands. I've listened the album in my car a few times and I must say that I'm beginning to like the album. (I always listen progmusic in my car, because no one bothers me and I can pay full attention to the music) The music reminds me of the Genesis period between 1973-1978. Sometimes Nad sounds like Gabriel, a moment later it's Collins. The instrumental passages are brought very nice in Genesis style. In the songs you hear Selling England (Marmaduke), The Lamb (Rehacksis and Quest for the Last Virtue which flows smooth in an Entangled sound from Trick Of The Tail, for me the best song of the album. The rest is filled with nice instrumentals like Finistere, Bon Apart (only piano) and End-or-fin (like endorphine...morphine?). I don't fall asleep listening to this CD and a nice effort by the boys although it's sometimes a bit overdone. For me it's the best 'clone' Genesis band, as The Musical Box is the best 'cover' Genesis band. My 3 stars has become a 4 stars rating.

Hogweed Returns | 4/5 |


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