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In the City of Dreadful Night
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on 19 August 2010
Golly chaps and memshibs this seems to be just what the old medic ordered. A platter full of top tunes and sparking vocals, and not a guitar solo in sight. "Sunday Driver" are floating on a cloud of steam and incense, folky bits and sometimes hints of Kate Bush.This album is like drinking tea that has been filtered through Absinthe whilst your airship drifts into clockwork erehwon.
Is it steampunk?, who cares, I think it is but then this is just my little review. All I really know is that "In The City Of Dreadful Night" ticks all the boxes. It is my most played album at the moment and I look forward to its follow-up. Bless you "Sunday Driver".
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on 26 September 2011
This is a truly brilliant album. Every song is first class. A mixture of indian and folk music. Quite a large Kate Bush presence but it is under control and who minds a Kate Bush influence?

My kids love "Black Spider" although the truly neurotic "Naked bodies" is not for the children.

In short Sheila Chandra meets Kate Bush with Pentangle behind them.
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