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Peter Hammill


Eclectic Prog

3.77 | 292 ratings

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4 stars Peter Hammill's prot punk / progrock hybrid mix album, yup this is an wierd album its a mix of early punk rock and prog. And to be honest this is not my favorite solo hammill, sure its a good and intresting album but in the end im not a very big punk head so i gues thats why i dont like this as much as his other ones before this, theres some good songs but allso some i dont realy cear for that much. My favorites are Nadir's Big Chance, People You Were Going To and Birthday Special. the rest are good but some a bit boring. Still this is one of the best punkrock albums ever, not saying much tough since most punk albums sucks. This one even was a inspiration to some punk bands. An intresting album but not realy essential in a prog rock collection, if you wana hear an intresting prog punk mix sure try it but if you dont like punk do not bother. Not surpringly this album is very high regarded by most pop music rewievers and fans i seen it rated very high and sugested as the best hammill album in some music books i read. Anyway i give it 3.5 stars. Good, but non-essential.
Zargus | 4/5 |


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