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Birth Control


Heavy Prog

3.67 | 133 ratings

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4 stars "Operation" was the second album of BIRTH CONTROL, issued in 1971 and is much better work than their debut. The sound is typical of the early 1970s progressive scene, "heavy rock" with long solos by Hammond organ and guitar. VANILLA FUDGE meets DEEP PURPLE. This is the beginning of their more elaborate works and it is evident in closing "Let Us Do It Now", one of their best compositions. It includes orchestral arrangements, brass and hints of "classical" influences. Another highlight is "The Work Is Done", an anti-Vietnam war anthem and powerful heavy prog artillery. This is my fav album of BIRTH CONTROL and I can recommend it to all.
Seyo | 4/5 |


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