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Bondage Fruit



4.14 | 35 ratings

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4 stars After a disappointing foray into post-rock on Skin, Bondage Fruit revert to self-titled albums and move on to tackle yet another prog subgenre - this time around, they've dropped the zeuhl and gone for all-out fusion. It's an intriguing mix - with percussion work extremely reminiscent of Pierre Moerlen's Gong, and furious guitar and violin soloing over the top of that in the tradition of the Mahavishnu Orchestra, arriving at a unique fusion mixture which remains vibrant and exciting over the course of the entire album. I wouldn't say it's one of their absolute best, but it's very, very good, and makes me hope for more from the future from the Fruit.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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