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Burnt Noodle

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2.68 | 3 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. We've Reached The Ocean (4:00)
2. Fall Song (5:57)
3. We Need To Talk (3:37)
4. First Rain (3:47)
5. Thin Air (8:30)
6. Don't Look Down (7:23)
7. Deep End-Attention Residents (8:49)
8. Noodle In A Nutshell (22:33)

Total Time: 64:22

Line-up / Musicians

- Tom Hardy / guitar, vocals, e-bow
- Gregory Haldan / guitar, vocals
- Paul Lamb / bass, moog, vocals
- Rich Sherwood / drums, vocals
- Steve Sofranko / keyboard

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Private Release

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BURNT NOODLE The Noodle And The Damage Done ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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Good, but non-essential (67%)
Collectors/fans only (33%)
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BURNT NOODLE The Noodle And The Damage Done reviews

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Review by Greger
3 stars A funny band name and a funny album title, can this really be serious? Yes! Burnt Noodle is playing spacey improvised psychedelic progressive rock together with tightly rehearsed songs. As said on the album cover: ""All of the tracks with the exception of "Don't look down" and "Fall Song" were spontaneously composed"". The improvised parts are done very well though, giving you the feeling that they are well rehearsed.

They are using the sacred Mellotron on some of the tracks and their music sometimes got strong harmonies and melodies. They can be described as a mix between DJAM KARET, The DOORS, GONG, NEW SUN, OZRIC TENTACLES, PHISH, PINK FLOYD and FRANK ZAPPA; but that is perhaps making it to easy as their music is quiet unpredictable. Their music bears traces from the '60's to the '90's. Some of the best songs are "Fall Song" with nice Mellotron, the groovy "We need to talk", and the FRANK ZAPPA inspired "Deep End/Attention Residents" and the epic final track "Noodle in a Nutshell" that clocks in at 22:33.

A very exciting album that I think that some of you would love, especially if your into the aforementioned bands.

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2 stars The second star is only for their live version of their music. I saw this band live a few years ago at the Swamp Room Happening in Hannover (Mostly a Stoner Festival but featuring one or two nice psychedelic (semi-)Prog bands sometimes). That Gig, although being rather short really impressed me ... (read more)

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