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CHROME BLACK GOLD

Chrome Hoof

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3.91 | 14 ratings | 1 reviews | 7% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Enter The Drobe (3:36)
2. Knopheria (4:21)
3. When The Lightning Strikes (5:12)
4. Kestrel Dawn (1:48)
5. Tortured Craft (4:02)
6. Ultimate Sealed Unit (5:46)
7. Exo-Spektral (4:10)
8. Andromeda (2:52)
9. Dysnomia (1:32)
10. Varkada Blues (6:02)
11. Drobe Out (1:52)

Total time 41:13

Line-up / Musicians

- Colin Hill / vocals
- Chantal Brown / backing vocals
- Andrew Gustard / guitar
- James Sedwards / electric & 12-string guitars
- Emmett Elvin / Rhodes, piano, synthesizer, Hammond
- Chloe Herington / bassoon, sax
- Emma Sullivan / trumpet, vocals, vocoder
- Sarah Anderson / violin, viola
- Leo Smee / bass, synth, guitar, percussion, vocals
- Alex Thomas / drums, percussion

With:
- Shingai Shoniwa / vocals (2,3,5,10)
- Lola Olafiasoye / vocals (7)
- Jeff Walker / vocals (10)
- Adam Bushell / marimba
- Dave Smith / percussion

Releases information

Artwork: Rom Sims

CD Cuneiform Records ‎- Rune 369 (2013, US)

LP Cuneiform Records ‎- Rune 369 (2013, UK)

FLAC download - bandcamp.com

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CHROME HOOF Chrome Black Gold ratings distribution


3.91
(14 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(7%)
7%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(71%)
71%
Good, but non-essential (14%)
14%
Collectors/fans only (7%)
7%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

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Review by TheGazzardian
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4 stars Chrome Hoof made their Cuneiform debut this year with their fourth studio album, "Black Gold". I had never heard of the band before but it took only one listen to convince me that they were a band that I needed to pay some more attention to!

I am not entirely sure what Chrome Hoof is supposed to be; in their pictures they come off as some sort of crazy 50s-futuristic space crew. They are a large ensemble that by this album have nine full time members. And although they make interesting, unique music with varied instrumentation, they have in no way forgotten their audience in their compositions. The band has a clear sense of how to write a song with big hooks, and tracks like "Knopheria" and "Tortured Craft", with their disco-meets-prog magic, really sell this band as a different act. It is hard to single out any band member as they are all fantastic but I feel like props must be given to Chan Brown for her wonderful vocals - she really has great control of her voice and it helps guide the listener through the soundscapes the music forms.

Recommended for listeners who want to have fun while listening to their weird music and who aren't afraid of the Dark Side of the 70s

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