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3.89 | 267 ratings

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3 stars Opening with a synth-derived sample-laden spacey passage reminiscent of the more tripped-out moments of Porcupine Tree circa Up the Downstair, T's Psychoanorexia finds the the talented multi-instrumentalist playing an interesting mashup of neo-prog and space rock. Less theatrical and melodramatic than the Pendragon/Arena tradiition of neo and more placid and tranquil than the IQ tradition, the enigmatic T (AKA Thomas Thielen) shows an exceptional command of all the instruments he sets his hand to over the course of the album. I was honestly surprised to discover that T is a multi-instrumentalist, since here he shows a remarkable ability to evoke a full-band sound, but whilst he's certainly got a flair for long-form compositions they do tend to lean a bit too much on the same ideas.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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