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Bondage Fruit



3.98 | 38 ratings

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4 stars I was an instant fan of Bondage Fruit at first listen. Each subsequent album I hear makes me a bigger fan. Even if I enjoy the album a bit less than a previous album, the appreciation for this bands truly Progressive nature grows with each release. They have no two albums that sound alike. Recit finds the band drifting away from the vocal sounds and Eastern slant of the first 2 albums. The band also begins to explore more spacey themes in their compositions. As a matter of fact, it can be said that this album marks a wide bend in the exploration of influences for the band. 'odd-job' contains a blues element not heard in earlier work. The band includes a very fun live version 'Kinzoku no taiji' from their first album.

Not my favorite BF work, but an outstanding album none the less.

4.2 stars.

Tapfret | 4/5 |


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