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4.02 | 22 ratings

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4 stars Yes!! I saw them at Nearfest and was blown away. They were so popular, that they were called back on stage three times. After the show, I bought this album and got it signed and the next day I listened to it on the way back home. Not as good as the live show, I admit, but still an amazing effort from a totally underground fusion rock band. Popularly described as PRIMUS meets STEVE VAI, amazing jam band style jazz rock dominated by guitar melodies and funky bass. There are also a few ZAPPA roots that shine on songs like Tapas nocturnes and Février afghan. My personal favorite song on the album (which was also the best live) is Le projet pied-de-biche. The guitar intro is quite humorous because Godlin makes it sound like its trying to communicate with the listener. The bass solo is also a highlight of the song. The production quality of the album isnt bad at all, but its just average.

This album is very interesting and refreshing and cool and can be appriciated by almost anyone who likes music.


pianoman | 4/5 |


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