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ZERO TO INFINITY

Gong

 

Canterbury Scene

3.52 | 67 ratings

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Warthur
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3 stars The Allen-fronted Gong reformed briefly for the rather forgettable Shapeshifter in 1992, and returned in full force a little later for yet another sequel to the Radio Gnome Invisible trilogy here. With laid-back jazz and a little house music influencing the band, the group produce an album which is pleasant enough to lie back and chill out to but which at the same time seems content to reminisce about past glories and follow the lead of the new innovators on the head music scene as opposed to demonstrating the creativity and imagination we all know the band to be capable of. It's a fun enough trip, but it's no game changer in the way the original albums in the trilogy were.
Warthur | 3/5 |

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