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SPICES, SPECIES AND POETRY PETROL

Jeavestone

 

Eclectic Prog

4.15 | 63 ratings

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maryes
4 stars I entirely agree with P A community which gives the best quotation to the second album from the Finish band JEAVESTONE "SPICES, SPECIES AND POETRY PETROL" between his 4 albums. The disk is a really eclectic-prog album and I take the risk of say, which is possibly one of more eclectic albums that I've heard. Track 1 " 'Quela Puente! " sounds to me like a HANDS inspired track.. Track 3 " The Power of Swankle(tm)" brings ZAPPA's strong influences . Track 4 "I'd be your Weakness" is very close to CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG, mainly in the acoustic guitar and vocal parts. Track 6 "Rapist's Tango" in certain moments recall BIRTHCONTROL ... even in vocals and riff parts. Only for cite some tracks. So becomes unnecessary make any considerations about the quality of musicians... All of them enough qualified . My rate is 4 Stars !!!
maryes | 4/5 |

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