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Magna Carta


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1.55 | 12 ratings

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1 stars This is a pretty dreadful way of ending a day, listening to and reviewing one of Magna Carta's weakest albums. If not their weakest album.

The music here is pretty aimless country pop. Most of the songs seems to be made for the commercial pub-gigs market. Magna Carta's normally strongest card is their vocals and guitar harmonies which normally rivals the likes of Crosby, Stills & Nash. But even they are not present on this album. What remains is soulless pub-songs. Some of them are beefed up by some honky-tonk piano and harmonica in a probably attempts to get some airplay on the morning radio programmes. This only makes this album worse. The lyrics too is pretty dire. This album is a fully fledged turkey with all it's trimmings. Pass me the gravy, please.

1 star

toroddfuglesteg | 1/5 |


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