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4.17 | 700 ratings

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4 stars Another great album by Caravan. "For girls who grow plump in the night" is their fifth album and to be honest is way too different from the first four.

Here we can appretiate a heavier sound, in some points this album reminds me to some works by bands like Atomic Rooster or High Tide, those sounds mixed with the classic Canterbury style that Caravan has.

This is probably Caravan's most experimental album, at least that's what I believe; not only because the introduction of the obvious new style, but also I think here we have the first part of a not- all-CanterburyScene-style that continues in "Cunning stunts". Here they were trying to get new sounds, that's clear.

There's a chance that people who had listen Caravan's first four albums to like "Plump in the night", or maybe they can get disappointed. I like it, not as much as I like the previous ones, but I do.

Four stars!

YourJefa | 4/5 |


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