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The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band

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4.02 | 22 ratings | 1 reviews | 32% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Medic (6:13)
2. Godspeed Mother Earth (3:52)
3. Happy (4:00)
4. The Great Yeah (3:55)
5. I Don't Mind (3:22)
6. Sancitmonious High (3:58)
7. Thin Air (5:03)
8. Animal Riot Hill (5:51)
9. Spain (4:11)
10. Strings To The Bow (3:48)
11. Crazy Rainbow (4:34)
12. A Hill Of Beans (6:25)

Total Time 55:12

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Line-up / Musicians

- Rolf Edvardsen / guitars, bouzouki, sitar, Vocals
- Øyvind Grønner / piano, organ
- Truls Eriksen / bass
- Thomas Grønner / drums, percusion
- Erling Halsne Juvik / guitars

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4.02
(22 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(32%)
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Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(41%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Great third effort by this Norwegian band, with an aptly named album to boot.

As one might guess by looking at the cover art, this is a production with quite a lot of 60's and 70's to be found. The general style is retro, but enveloped in a distinctly modern mix and production this makes for a rather intriguing sonic experience.

Musically we're treading in the lighter art rock territories, with wandering layered guitars providing both distinct themes as well as subtle and often fragmented details. 70's sounding electric guitar, acoustic guitar and mandolin being the main instruments of choice. Driving, elegant rhythms forms a high quality backdrop, and the lead vocals soars brilliantly above both in calmer as well as more emotional territories. Careful use of strings, reeds and organ provides the remaining details.

In style we're dealing with a band blending the sound of the Fab Four with 70's psychedelic and west coast rock, adding in elements from art rock as needed for the added sophistication. Generally positive and uplifting melodies, and pretty often energetic to boot. If the lighter side of the retro art rock universe is your thing, this is an album that should give you much joy.

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