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2.55 | 1235 ratings

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4 stars Oh, you little poor, quite underrated thing. I love you. You can not be compared with later Genesis albums, but you have your own magic. I have a beautiful memories with you. It was last spring, when the nature was slowly beginning to wake up, but very slowly. I was riding the bike every day, riding through beautiful places, watching the first blossoms blooming, first leaves appearing and last rests of snow melting. I was listening to you and enjoying that time. I confess, I ignored most of your lyrics, but I loved the fragile music. Fragile like the first leaves, that could be destroyes by the frost the next day. Listening to Fireside song I saw the sun reflecting in the stream. I was sitting on the edge of a rock and I was listening to Am I Very Wrong, thinking about the past. In the wilderness gave me taste to discover new places. On my beloved ruined castle I was listening to The Conqueror and got middle-age mood. In hiding...I saw lots of badger's, foxes' and mouse's holes...they were hiding like me in my room sometimes. Silent Sun was like love song of that fresh, new spring. And I was remembering the past winter listening to A winter's Tale.

I love you for one hated thing as well, for your beautiful fiddlesticks. So I was quite sentimental this time. I'll never forget you, my dear. 4/5

Glucose | 4/5 |


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