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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

3.26 | 490 ratings

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2 stars This is the biggest backward step Tull ever did. Commercial over produced crap at its best. The only Tull album not produced by Anderson and songs like "Pussywillow" almost make me puke in their saccharine sweet melodies and lyrics. What was Anderson thinking after the superb "A" release? This is the only Tull album which I do not play anymore. I tried to like it. I bought it when it was released. I played it 40-50 times to make me like it. But the more I played it, the more I hated it. Phil Collins' Genesis would have been more appropriate for this stinker.

There is probably only one good song and I've forgotten what it is. As you can see I don't like it.

It is the only Tull album I give a "fail". Lucky to get 2 stars IMHO.

| 2/5 |


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