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2.36 | 15 ratings

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1 stars Their comeback album if my memory serves me right. Well, maybe not.

The development of shopping malls and elevators was really taking off at the end of the 1970s. The same also goes for the TV industry which at that time were changing their profiles around to more topical people based soaps like Dallas, Falcon Crest and Dynasty. It was fitting that Ekseption cobbled together a new album of music to go along with these new improvements of our lives.

Ekseption '78 is an album with muzak pieces, delivered mainly on keyboards. The music is as raunchy as a church full of praying nuns. The music is as sterile as a neutered old cat. Pick the picture you want to dwell on. There are even some Mexico tijuana jazz on this album. Gosh.

Horrible is a horrible word but it is the only word which proficient describe this album of limp sterile muzak.

1 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 1/5 |


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