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Eclectic Prog

3.72 | 325 ratings

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2 stars UK lost Bruford and Holdsworth (who went off to make One of a Kind, the second Bruford album), so they picked up Terry Bozzio and let Eddie Jobson's keyboards and violin take the lead guitar parts for this album. Otherwise, this album is much like a less fusion-tinted version of the first - the quiet parts all seem to be indistinguishable takes on the quiet section of In the Dead of Night/By The Light of Day from the first album, the loud bits - like the title track - blare forth much like the loud bits on the debut, and in general the album offers little more than a competent replay of what's gone before, with the chops very mildly reduced.

A good buy if you absolutely must have more UK, but most listeners will find more to enjoy in the debut album - and if you already have the debut, it's hard not to want to listen to that again rather than sitting through this tepid repeat.

Warthur | 2/5 |


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