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3.98 | 35 ratings

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4 stars The sole album by this enigmatic quartet finds them wearing their Jethro Tull influence on their sleeve, with Michel Edelin's flute work and the performances of the rest of the band highly reminiscent of the band's early work as documented on Living In the Past. The major difference here is that Triode are a vocal-free unit, delivering a suite of all-instrumental flute-based prog numbers (though listeners will have trouble not singing along to the cover of the Beatles' Come Together). So, the social commentary and lyrical wit which you might usually associate with Tull is set aside, and the performers add additional layers of complexity to their playing in order to fill the gap. Worth a go unless you really don't like flutes in your prog.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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