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Matching Mole


Canterbury Scene

3.63 | 246 ratings

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3 stars Matching Mole is pretty nice Canterbury scene prog rock. A bit on the mellow side if you ask me, but never the less flawlessly played and sometimes intrigueing.

The interplay between the musicians are the most interesting thing on Matching Mole, because I dont think the songs are that greatly composed. There are even things on the album that I really find weak. Especially the vocals from Robert Wyatt which I find to be a disgrace. And those lyrics ??? What is that for pathetic crap.

Well the bitching aside, this is a pretty good Caterbury scene prog rock album, and fortunately there are not vocals on many of the songs.

The album is not excellent by any means, but it is not bad either ( except for the vocals), so this is a solid 3 stars album.

UMUR | 3/5 |


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