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The Tangent


Eclectic Prog

4.02 | 275 ratings

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Cometa Rossa
1 stars "The Music that died alone" What a title! Gruesome! As if journalists that have never really listened to prog/canterbury, had to press out - in the last 2 minutes of their regular meeting - some dumbo-phrases to catch those who deserve to be caught by such phrases. Rather hate it. Of course these guys can play and produce music. But that formatted music, targeted sound, designed to hit ... No catchy moments. Extremly silly lyrics about those old canterbury-prog times ... like grandpas talking about their completely unimportant bowling adventures centuries ago ... at the same time they copy Hatfied and the North, completely uncovered at times. A technically sufficient, but absolutely crooked, attempt to reassemble and relaunch sounds from the good old times ... Tillison, Stolt! You're guilty of faking good music and of suborning once spotless musicians (esp. D. Jackson) to contribute to this dupery!
Cometa Rossa | 1/5 |


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