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Vintage Violence

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Topic: Vintage Violence
Posted By: herring
Subject: Vintage Violence
Date Posted: January 15 2010 at 05:29
They are all so good Smile (sorry guy's if it's not really prog rock but it's a damn good album)

PEACE Heart



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Posted By: chopper
Date Posted: January 15 2010 at 06:38
Why post it in prog polls then?


Posted By: fuxi
Date Posted: January 15 2010 at 07:14
Anyhow, I love/hate "Amsterdam", which I discovered after my girlfriend (after two or three years) broke up with me. I've never forgotten it since!


Posted By: herring
Date Posted: January 15 2010 at 08:48
Amsterdam is indeed a wonderful song and i know the feeling


Posted By: Rune2000
Date Posted: January 15 2010 at 09:26
It's been a while so the only thing that I remember is the chorus to Gideons Bible:

"Gideon lied and gideon died - The force of china felt
Gideon smiled as gideon died - The thought of china held.
"
Wink


Posted By: Easy Money
Date Posted: January 15 2010 at 10:11
Beautiful album (read my 5 star review) I don't normally like folk-rock, but this is one of my favorites.
Hard choice between Big White Cloud and Gideon's Bible, but my vote goes to Cloud.

P.S. Cale is prog, we just have him in related till one of the proper art-rock genres picks him up.


Posted By: soundsweird
Date Posted: January 21 2010 at 22:46
Big Cale fan, just listened to this album the other day, but don't have a favorite song on it. Now, if you'd asked about Paris 1919, I would've said Andalucia without hesitation.


Posted By: someone_else
Date Posted: January 22 2010 at 07:50
I haven't heard Vintage Violence, but I'm starting to get interested. John Cale's best albums (in due order Music for a New Society, Paris 1919 and The Academy in Peril) have one thing in common: it's hard to pick a favourite track.

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Posted By: thellama73
Date Posted: January 25 2010 at 12:57
John Cale's solo work has always seemed a little lackluster to me, but I do like this album, and my vote goes for Ghost Story. All the songs are pretty good, but that one stands out to me for some reason. Maybe it's the abrupt ending.

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