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Pavlov's Dog


Crossover Prog

3.05 | 142 ratings

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The Owl
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1 stars A classic example of hype gone horribly wrong once again. Back in the day, Pavlov's Dog was touted as a band to watch, but yet, after listening to this and "Pampered Menial", I fail to see what the fuss was all about. Losing a key member or two certainly didn't help either. Part of this album's hype was having one no less than Bill Bruford laying down the drums, you'd think it would've kicked the band into high gear.

Unfortunately, it didn't. The end result sounds like a VERY sleepy Moody Blues album with some OBNOXIOUS singer on a combination of helium, whiskey AND cigarettes. Worse yet, poor Bill sounds like he's fighting to stay awake in the midst f this sleep-inducing mediocrity. I bet the session fee he got was the ONLY thing that kept him going through it.

Honestly, don't bother with this one unless you like really bad Moody Blues wannabes.

The Owl | 1/5 |


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