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4.17 | 65 ratings

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5 stars A great mixture of humorous rock and symphonic prog.

Great vocals, great instrumentation and good songwriting. The production is crystal clear and sounds really analog: the result is a retro-sounding album. The humor in the songs is never too much or overdone. The music is sometimes heavy (guitar/drums), sometimes melodic and symphonic (cello, flute, vibes, clarinet).

Because the band have a male and female vocalist it adds to the colour of the music. The music sounds like to be influenced by Gentle Giant, WigWam, Jethro Tull, Frank Zappa, Caravan and Focus, with a little dash of Supersister.

The only current bands that have something in common are Beardfish and The Carpet Knights.

Kingsnake | 5/5 |


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