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Trojan Horse

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3 stars A original eclectic prog rock band that reminds me various bands such as Cardiacs, Thinking Plague, early Pink Floyd even Stones Roses sometimes...The bands explores, experiments various style but rarely get lost and overall the album remains surprisingly coherent and accessible.

The highlights are numerous: the intro and final 5 minutes of " Bicycle Jam", the space "...And The Light Went Down..." and impossible to resist and not to mention the enthusiasm of the last two songs that brilliantly concludes the albums "Black Russian" and the energic "Brazillian". This last song being as well my favorite of the album. The music reflects well the industrials scenery of northern England with good touches of groovy, electronic and witty atmospheres.

A more than promising first album for free download on their website.

Rating: 3 stars. Solid and entertaining album.

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Posted Tuesday, November 1, 2011 | Review Permalink

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