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Antique Seeking Nuns


Canterbury Scene

4.20 | 36 ratings

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The Truth
4 stars As odd as it seems, not only is the album cover simply beautiful, (okay it's just funny,) but the music on this EP is actually very good! Double Egg is the hard song to get through but it shows some Zappa influence which is always fun to listen to. Then things start off with Son of Cheese which sounds like a mix between Zappa and... some hard rock band. This song has some great guitar playing even if it is just a repetive riff. Son of Cheese flows seamlessly into Son of Bassoon which is also a nice track with some excellent piano playing, just making good music. The little interlude gives exactly it's desired effect, a calm little break from the otherwise rocky album. Shatner's Bassoon is the ending track, once again flowing almost seamlessly from the previous song, and it has to be my favorite song on the EP. The guitar playing is key to this song and the quirkiness makes it extremely loveable. Overall, very nice EP, very close to being great. 4 stars. EDITED: 8/30
The Truth | 4/5 |


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