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4.05 | 147 ratings

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1 stars Well, what we have here? This music could be imagined via Jethro Tull: Take a Tull album Thick as a Brick and listen to its organ playing. Every now and then there's a simple organ playing dibbe dibbe dibedi dibbe... if I may say so :) Right. Now imagine that there's an album that's full of that organ. From the very beginning to the far ( and I mean very far) end. Dibbe dibbe dibedi dibbe... To be honest, I have never ever heard enything so annoying than this! Not even close! Dibbe dibbe dibedi dibbe... When you start playing this record you soon realize that this is all about playing an organ. At first five minutes it seems to be just fine, but when it just continues and continues... it soon begins to piss you off and you start to hope the ending of it, but it just continues... I really enjoyed the previous recors of this band - many thanks to female singer, which we do not hear on this record. Instead there's a male singer that cannot be compared to her voice and singing technique. One star for this record is too much.
apaches | 1/5 |


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