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3.39 | 19 ratings | 1 reviews | 21% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. On
2. Live to Work to Live
3. Disposable
4. Change
5. Trendy Girl
6. Deafening
7. Crackpot
8. Suggestions
9. Sheeple
10. Off

Line-up / Musicians

- Jakub Krupski / vocals, synths
- Leszek Swoboda / bass, synths, vocals
- Adam Hajzer / guitars, synths
- Janusz Kowalski / piano
- Wiktor Pogoda / drums

Releases information

Label: Dust On The Tracks Records
Format: CD, Digital
November 14 (EU, Japan), November 17 (UK), December 2 (NA), 2014

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TUNE Identity ratings distribution

(19 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(21%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(47%)
Good, but non-essential (26%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (5%)

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Review by BrufordFreak
3 stars What a disappointment! The element of TUNE's debut album that most set this band apart from all other prog bands has now disappeared from their aural landscape: I speak, of course, of the accordion. Also, whereas Tune's debut album, Lucid Moments, had such a wonderful story, going into the life of a fairly normal man going through some mental illness, undergoing psychotherapy, I do not feel as drawn into the story of this album as well. Perhaps it's more due to my lamenting the absence of my beloved accordion, but I think not, it's more. While they have maintained a lot of their wonderfully spacious, emotional soundscapes, without the accordion, Tune has become just another Polish heavy prog rock band. The album opens wonderfully with the slow-building atmospheric Post Rock instrumental, "On" (4:23), but then all things fall apart with the entrance of some techno-electro drumming in the PETER SCHILLING-like second song whose followup's title tells you what I think of this bluesy album's value to the my music collection. Other high note: the album's finale, "Off"--though it reminds me of a rehashing of something that might have been rejected from their first album. These guys are so talented! This is just a disappointment. I hope they will reconsider the direction they've chosen. More accordion! More eery, upsetting storytelling!

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