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Big Big Train


Crossover Prog

4.08 | 766 ratings

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4 stars Just a few short months since Big Big Train released the generally very loved up "English Electric Part 1" we are here again for more with Part 2.

What can I say that hasn't been said already. Well, actually nothing. Nothing at all.

"It's the best thing I have ever heard"..."10 out of 10 isn't enough so I'm giving it...11", "Oh my god I want to be buried with this album, its THAT good." There are so many fan written superlatives for this album it's hard to see why this album isn't a must buy. If nothing else the album represents great value at around 8.00. You could barely get an egg cup full of petrol for that and I'm sure the album would last longer. Unless of course you use the petrol to set fire to something big that burned for a long time.. No don't do that. Buy the album instead.

Don't be tempted to download it. Not only would you miss out on the rather nicely packaged album but you would rob BBT of their morning BLT, and their license fee for the BBC. Which would be a shame as their music supplements the content of BBC4 very well.

So go on, I'll add my voice to many people who have already reviewed this album. "OMG,'s so good. I'm going to listen to this every day until it turns me into some kind of weird internet meant fan... not stalker..."

treebeard | 4/5 |


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