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    Posted: April 19 2013 at 05:02
no standout track on this cd, equally tasty!
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I think it is a superb album. BBC's Nationwide (remember that?) did a piece on the resulting tour, which undoubtedly brought prog to a wider audience.

It is lush, full of that lovely wall of sound, and Rutherford certainly never sounded better.


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Love Hate relationship with ATTWT.  I absolutely love 'Down and Out' (I never thought it sounded like it jumped) superb drumming from Mr Collins and packs a lot in a short time.  I remember when it came out I thought that it was a good thing that they wanted to do something different in terms of shorter tracks.  But, shorter doesn't mean any worse.  I 'hate' (too strong a word really) 'Snowbound' and perhaps 'Ballad of Big' mainly because the lyricas are awful.  

THe rest of the album is all good and I do really like FYFM because it is a great pop song
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I agree wholeheartedly with Lazland!!
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Originally posted by lazland

I think it is a superb album. BBC's Nationwide (remember that?) did a piece on the resulting tour, which undoubtedly brought prog to a wider audience.
It is lush, full of that lovely wall of sound, and Rutherford certainly never sounded better.


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