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Ain Soph


Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.42 | 15 ratings

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1 stars Japan is fascinating. All about modern Japan is about excess. Thus, it's no surprise our Tokyo friends quickly showed a strong interest in progressive music. But being extreme can implies many different meanings. In the case of Ain Soph, i found the band extremely dull and boring at listening. In addition to a music without any taste at all, being some sort of unproper carbon copy of Hatfield and The North's instrumental passages, you can enjoy one of the most exquisite trademark of famous japanese label Belle Antique : an awful sound. The recording is flat and poor, as many of the archival series releases of the aforementioned label. It is indeed pre-Ain Soph recordings but i don't get the point ; is there anyone outside who cares really - i mean REALLY - for this band ? I can only assume it would be a perfect addiction for your collection if you can find some space between your Outer Limits and Gerard copies...
progmonster | 1/5 |


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