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ALL DIE WEIL ICH MAG

Ougenweide

 

Prog Folk

3.62 | 15 ratings

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Dobermensch
1 stars An extremely dull and inoffensive album that will hold little appeal for most listeners. The big problem is... It's utterly irrelevant and meaningless today. Sounding like a recording from a bygone dead era where its target audience has long ago disappeared.

The whole record literally slips sneakily into one ear but flies out the other, with Olaf Casalich's wishy washy, flat, one pitched and unremarkable vocals warbling throughout.

'All Die Weil Ich Mag' has dated very badly and has a sound so utterly alien to modern day listeners that I can't imagine anybody at all even talking about it. Out of all the genres of prog - there are none that have been hit so hard with the passage of time.

A feeble, limp, uninspiring record that you would do well to avoid. Really Annoying in fact.

Dobermensch | 1/5 |

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