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The Best of British "Post-Rock",
This review is from: A Hat Cd (Audio CD)
This album bobs and weaves, distributing beautiful melodies with intricate details throughout.
Each instrument glides around whilst being firmly teathered to the "point" creating one of the finest British albums I've ever heard.
With four of the six tracks over ten minutes this is an album which must be learnt to be fully appreciated but well worth it.
From a band that have only released two albums in ten years this is definately a band to watch, and talking of watching be sure to see them live which is where they really shine.