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Anton and Co back on track.,
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Very good album. Wasn't sure at first but after about 20 listens through it has really grown on me. Definately Anton's best album since "And this is our music". Some really fresh ideas and sounds. Doesn't sound as synthetic as Who killed Sgt Pepper(none of that album was played live in the UK on the last tour). A lot of these tracks could be transfered to a live enviroment and I hope they feature on the setlist when the BJM tour in the summer (I have tickets...Yay!). High points for me are 'I want to hold your other hand' and 'Viholliseni Malla'. There is some great reverbed up guitar playing on this album. Has a 60's psych sound going on, but not as lyrically driven as their early albums. Great album though. Only bad thing about the album is the card sleeve which kept putting bits on the playing surface of the disc. Have butchered a paper sleeve and put it inside it to prevent this happening so no big issue.
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Initial post: 31 May 2012 01:44:50 BDT
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Posted on 31 May 2012 01:45:33 BDT
Hey, they are playing most of them live (Matt sings Viholliseni Maala in English). I have been watching live streams from their US West Coast and OZ dates (there is quite a lot on You Tube too) I would say it was bit tentative at first but they've got in the zone now with these songs and they just sound awesome.
In reply to an earlier post on 31 May 2012 07:26:21 BDT
J GOOD says:
I've seen the Psych Festival footage on YouTube. The new material sounds amazing live. Can't wait for July now.
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