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PLASTIC SOUP

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3.79 | 29 ratings | 2 reviews | 3% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Book of Changes (8:33)
2. In the Arms of a Gemini (7:02)
3. Ladrillo (2:18)
4. Loneliness (8:42)
5. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (12:49)
6. Criticize the Critics (6:08)
7. It's Your Life (4:44)
8. Fata Morgana (3:57)
9. Living by the Dice (8:39)
10. Cradle to Cradle (6:21)

Total Time 69:13

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Line-up / Musicians

- Michel van Wassem / keyboards, vocals
- Ronald Brautigam / guitars
- Tom van der Meulen / drums
- Harry den Hartog / bass

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PBII Plastic Soup ratings distribution


3.79
(29 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(3%)
3%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(62%)
62%
Good, but non-essential (24%)
24%
Collectors/fans only (10%)
10%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Plastic Soup is the convincing debut effort by the seasoned musicians that make up PBII, a direct continuation of veteran Dutch act Plackband.

Their style of choice is probably best described as Neo-Progressive, but as many other artists exploring this sound in later years their musical canvas covers a somewhat broader territory than what some might associate this genre with. Lush, atmospheric symphonic backdrops and dreamy guitar soloing are central parts of the compositions explored, but spiced with hard and at times driving riffs, energetic soloing as well as mellower passages of a more ambient inspired nature. At times there's also room for textures with more of a psychedelic and space-oriented origin.

With the bass guitar given a prominent place in the mix and arrangements that at times remind of Golden Earring, blended with an overall style somewhere in between later day IQ and Porcupine Tree, PBII explore a contemporary variety of the neo progressive subset of the progressive rock universe, and deliver an overall solid effort on this occasion. A well made and well performed debut album overall.

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4 stars One night I was listening to a prog rock radio station in internet, and suddenly I heard a song which sounded really good to me, really neo prog sound. I checked the name and was expecting the name SATELLITE or PETER PAN on screen but it wasn't like that, what I saw was PB II. Unknown to me, ... (read more)

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