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3.00 | 11 ratings | 1 reviews | 9% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Skeletons (0:22)
2. The Playground at the Edge of the Abyss (3:58)
3. Li'l Mary (4:39)
4. Man With the Evil Eye (4:02)
5. Flowers in the Asphalt (3:01)
6. Reflections From the Sun (3:08)
7. New Values (2:36)
8. Success? (4:57)
9. Son of the Syringe (4:36)
10. S.O.S. (2:01)
11. Household Glove and the Lord Above (2:16)
12. Neon Lights and Transvestites (3:56)
13. Jimi Is Dead (5:03)
14. Therapy (3:11)
15. Make up Dreaming (3:41)
16. Playground Revisited (0:53)
17. The Great Escape (5:49)
18. New Message (0:11)

Total time 58:20

Line-up / Musicians

- Klaus Bastian
- Søren Lindberg
- Klaus Herfort
- Kristian Møller

Releases information

MALS Records

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TINKICKER The Playground at the Edge of the Abyss ratings distribution

(11 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(9%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(9%)
Good, but non-essential (55%)
Collectors/fans only (27%)
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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars Danish band TINKICKER appeared more or less out of nowhere back in 2008, signed to the Russian label MALS Records which issued their debut album "Soliloquy of the Transparent Boy". Three years down the line, and Tinkicker is back, sporting a new bassist and a new full length production, the title of choice for their latest creation being "The Playground at the Edge of the Abyss".

Tinkicker is a band hard to pin down in terms of genre definitions, and on this occasion they reside on the borders between traditional heavy metal, early doom metal and progressive metal. And while fans of the latter genre might find this CD to be appealing, I would imagine the band's core audience this time around being older metal fans, who have a taste for the more advanced bands of that kind ? alongside those who enjoy acts such as Candlemass, Cathedral and - obviously - Black Sabbath.

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