Supersister - To the Highest Bidder CD (album) cover




Canterbury Scene

4.23 | 157 ratings

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5 stars A year after their astonishing debut, Supersister released another album. And it was another classic. The album contains four tracks of excellent Canterbury flavoured music. The shifts in pace and melody are less frantic than on the debut and there are more vocals. It opens with the cheerful "A girl named you" and this is followed by the moodier "No tree will grow (on to high a mountain)". The longest track on the album is 15 minute "Energy (out of future)" and the highlight of the album. The album ends with a short Focus like track "Higher". Both the debut and this album are released on one cd, which is a real must-have.
Agemo | 5/5 |


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