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Jethro Tull


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4.63 | 3372 ratings

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5 stars take a look at the list of the LPs released in 1972 and you'll see many fine albums.. however, Thick As A Brick wins the first place very easily... rock's satyr, Ian Anderson, defined prog rock for the next decade within 44 min of music..

probably the longest lasting 'couple' of rock , Anderson & Barre, along with the rest of the group give us the best sample of the 70's.. i know, big talk, but IMHO, Thick As A Brick, is the best 70's has everything a rock, and not nessecarily prog, fan can ask: acoustic themes, heavy riffs, escalating parts all in good proportion..

anyone who votes for the best prog LP, any of Genesis, Yes or Floyd's classics is understandable...but my vote goes for Thick As A Brick...

toolis | 5/5 |


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