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Brand X


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.06 | 265 ratings

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4 stars When I bought Brand X's first album it was in my to ten in albums so but I only thought they made that one single record, but then I saw all the other albums and I desided to get Morccan Roll. When I put the cd on. It was rather weird hearing Goodsall playing this melodelic chord rift and then Collins sing that repeating line, to tell you I was abit worried what had happened then I got the sitar part and all was forgiven! But I got use to Sun in the Night anyways. The Phil Collins songs sound like something off of ELP's Works 2 but they were great songs. Hate Zone was funky fresh along with the most energetic song I ever heard Magla Virgen. The proposive rhythems on Disco Suicide made that song really cook as well for Macroism with that John Goodsall showing his somewhat legoto style probably even faster then Holdworth or Pass well maybe not Holdsworth. While Collasadator and Orbits were littles solo.
downtheroad25 | 4/5 |


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