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THIRD

The Soft Machine

 

Canterbury Scene

4.21 | 686 ratings

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Zargus
5 stars This is a nice litle Progressive Jazz rock fusion masterpiece we got here 4 nice long epics, there are very much experimentaion going on here i have a feeling this was preety groundbraking when it come out the album can be seen as a long jerney or drug trip, the good thing is you dont need any drugs to feel completly brain fu%¤ed, well if you like me love this kind of music this is a must have. Its hard to go in and talk about the songs becaus they are so complex but here we go the first song Face lift is probably the most strange one and complex, song 2 is a litle more laid back and jazzy and nice song 3 Moon in june is the only song with vocals and its a litle funny and so but its my least favorite on the album i like the other 3 beter, song 4 Out-bloody-rageous is very relaxed and dreamy a good bed time song. But here are no dull moments thats for sure, Hmmm.. what more can i say this is a must have for anyone who like long challening beautifull original complex music, a truly epic work of art. And even if you dont think you like this kind of music give this a try and hopfully you will se its beauty. Highly recomened.
Zargus | 5/5 |

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