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A PASSION PLAY

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.01 | 1018 ratings

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Shakespeare
4 stars This album is just great. It has some of the most creativity in a prog album ever, which is saying a lot. To some, this massive amount of originality is overwhelming and unnattractive, which is fine! But to those who care to step outside the boundries of usual progressive rock, you will love this album. It crosses many sub genres such as acoustic, hard rock, story-telling, psychedelic and then Jethro Tull's own style, wrapped in an otherworldly atmosphere with Ian Anderson's bizarre lyrics on top. Very memorable, compelling and sometimes emotional. The experimental nature of this album sometimes ruins an emotional sequence, but that is really its only flaw. The mood deviating from the music is addictive, intoxicating, strong and very captivating. A very great album not to be overlooked. It's a masterpiece.
Shakespeare | 4/5 |

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