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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

3.26 | 501 ratings

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2 stars The incredible fall of Jethro Tull.

The band join the 80s with the awesome A album. But the awesomeness not lasted. No, not praise them too soon. Without Eddie Jobson, the band lose the balance between keys and folk, becaming cheesy and monotonous. Beastie is the first and bestie track. It would be better if this full lenght was only the Beastie single. The album seems to be a reunion of Tull ballads and non-essential tracks. Another point: the folk heavy metal album cover has nothing to do with the album sounding. Once again, the bonus material at the remastered CD version is better than the album in itself.

VOTOMS | 2/5 |


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