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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

3.24 | 412 ratings

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3 stars Baeting Metallica (well, Metallica doesn't mean that much for me), this was the "best hard rock/ heavy metal album of the year". But never the best Jethro Tull or prog album of anything. This is NOT progressive music. Maybe a great effort after the two previous failures. By the way, the band was resumed into Ian, Barre, Pegg and the friendly drum machine. Is not a bad or great album and they are not in the peak of their creativity, but they knew how to did a great work upon the obtained ideas. Well elaborated tracks. Between 2 and 3 stars... I can't compare this one with War Child or Minstrel in The Gallery (3/5) but this is of course better than Under Wraps. Okay, okay... 3 stars.
VOTOMS | 3/5 |


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