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The Carpet Knights

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Linchpin (4:46)
2. This is (4:09)
3. Remember the faces (5:01)

Total Time: 13:56

Line-up / Musicians

- Joakim Jönsson / guitar, vocals
- Tobias Wulff / guitar
- Anders Gärtner / drums, percussion
- Nils Andersson / bass
- Glenn Möllergren: synthesizer, organ,
- Magnus Nilsson / vocals, flute


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Review by Rivertree
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3 stars Remember the powerfool faces ...

Interesting EP from THE CARPET KNIGHTS with some changes in the line-up and the style. Vocals are improved and the flute is appearing because Magnus Nilsson is on board. I can discover more Art Rock and Neo Prog influences compared to the three years older debut EP. Furthermore the keyboards by Möllergren are getting a more important role. In summary there is to state a developement to a better and unique style combined with a more professional production.

Linchpin is exemplary for the changes - mainly Art Rock - and opens your mind late after several rehearsals. This is diversified, a grooving peace containing a shouting refrain but also with a psychedelic part - the link to the former EP and my highlight. Remember the Faces raises some Folk feelings especially because Nilsson is playing flute.

An effort with tendency to 4 stars but unfortunately too short.

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