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Kingston Wall


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.07 | 117 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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4 stars This is truly an amazing album of great guitar playing and fantastic synths from a guest keyboard player.The songs blend one into the other beautifully.

The first song "Another Piece Of Cake" is spectacular with incredible guitar playing, what a song ! And I have to mention the drummer who's playing throughout this record is unbelievable. "I'm The King, I'm The Sun" is an uptempo song with again amazing guitar, crisp drumming and great synth runs. "Take You To Sweet Harmony" has this reggae rhythm to it with more standout guitar and drumming.

"Get Rid Of Your Fears" is all about the guitar. I know i'm sounding like a broken record but the "Party Goes On" again features terrific guitar and drums. Walli sounds like Hendrix on "Time" another guitar highlight. "The Real Thing" is over 18 minutes long and starts off slowly picking up steam at about 4 minutes in. Check out the extended sax solo and the guitar melodies too. This comes very highly recommended, just to hear one of the great guitarists of our time and there is a psychedelic feel to this release as well.

I just love the music and if it wasn't for "Stuldt Hajt" a 9 minute song that isn't up to the standards of the rest of the album this might be a masterpiece. These Finnish psychedelic rockers did it again !

Mellotron Storm | 4/5 |


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