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I May Make You Feel but I Can't Make You Think

Advantages: Utterly beautiful in places, entertaining cover art, musically adept
Disadvantages: Thematically odd, purposely impenetrable, thus mostly meaningless lyrics

Thick as a Brick - part 1 Thick as a Brick - part 2 Good, that's the track list of this 1972 Jethro Tull album out of the way! Whilst throughout most of the sixties (and, indeed, even now) albums consisted of 10 or more three minute pop ditties, this alb ...

mattygroves 04.12.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Thick as a Brick (Digitally Remastered/Limited Edition) - Jethro Tull

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Review Of Thick As A Brick By Jethro Tull

Advantages: Fantastic Concept Album
Disadvantages: Some People Might Not Get The Joke

This is a excellent concept album whose 45 minutes of continuous music and abstract lyrics were a sociological examination of a childs experience in a modern world context supposedly composed by child prodigy Gerald Bostock . This was an in band joke enh ...

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Prog to the max!!!

Advantages: All
Disadvantages: None

This album can only be described as one thing - Prog Rock. A 44 minute long piece (split in two) of utter genius. The song has many levels and layers and sections to it and is ever changing. This makes interesting listening! The musical skill of the perfo ...

pruneyofdoomy 21.04.2006 · Read full review
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Earthbound, with a thud

Advantages: Interesting takes from a volatile line-up
Disadvantages: Poor sound quality, some inferior performances

King Crimson always were (and still are) a hard sell. An uber intelligent, brooding, dark and mysterious English prog rock band with constant in-fighting, more line up changes than you can throw a stick at and, in leader/guitarist Robert Fripp, featuring ...

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Review of Earthbound (Limited Edition/Live Recording) - King Crimson

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