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ACQUIRING THE TASTE

Gentle Giant

 

Eclectic Prog

4.23 | 963 ratings

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5 stars To me, this is a classic album. My favorite, for 2 reasons: the cover art is intriguing and provocative, with a nice touch of humor. Second, the content is a real treat. It's like having a tour guided by the hand of a victorian house decorated with large drapes in dark red satin. This is an album for after dawn. The music is mathematical, as always, but closer to contemporary music because of the weird percussion. When did you know a band (or someone) that really likes Rabelais's work? They get a real kick about Gargantua and his son, Pantagruel. This is a sign of nerdness, and to be clearer, a sign of weird (but tasty) progressive rock. No offense nerds, just don't skip too much showers.
Menswear | 5/5 |

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